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List of First Nations governments

The following is a partial list of First Nations governments in Canada:[1][2][3]

Contents

  • Alberta 1
  • Atlantic Canada 2
    • Newfoundland and Labrador 2.1
    • New Brunswick 2.2
    • Nova Scotia 2.3
    • Prince Edward Island 2.4
  • British Columbia 3
  • Manitoba 4
  • Northern Canada 5
    • Nunavut 5.1
    • Northwest Territories 5.2
    • Yukon 5.3
  • Ontario 6
  • Quebec 7
  • Saskatchewan 8
  • See also 9
  • References 10
  • External links 11

Alberta

Atlantic Canada

Newfoundland and Labrador

New Brunswick

Nova Scotia

Prince Edward Island

British Columbia

Manitoba

Northern Canada

Nunavut

Note that many of these communities use alternate names or spellings in Inuktitut or Inuinnaqtun.It is recognised as an official language in Nunavut and the Northwest Territories. It also has legal recognition in Nunavik—a part of Quebec—thanks in part to the James Bay and Northern Quebec Agreement, and is recognised in the Charter of the French Language as the official language of instruction for Inuit school districts there. It also has some recognition in Nunatsiavut—the Inuit area in Labrador—following the ratification of its agreement with the Government of Canada and the province of Newfoundland and Labrador.[4]

Northwest Territories

Yukon

Ontario

Quebec

Saskatchewan

See also

Americas
Canada
United States

References

  1. ^ "Gateway to Aboriginal Heritage". Canadian Museum of Civilization Corporation. 
  2. ^ "Assembly of First Nations - The Story". The Assembly of First Nations. 
  3. ^ "Consolidated Statement of Revenue and Expenses" (PDF). AFN Executive Committee Reports. 
  4. ^ Dorais, Arctic languages: an awakening PDF (2.68 MB), pg. 194

External links

  • The Canadian Museum of Civilization - First Peoples Section
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