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A concise yet comprehensive introduction to the continuing repercussions of colonialism in Canada, Indigenous Peoples in the Twenty-First Century addresses crucial issues such as the legacy of residential schools, intergenerational trauma, Indigenous languages and culture, health and well-being on reserves, self-government and federal responsibility, the political economy of First Nations, and the federal Indigenous relations bureaucracy.

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