Inter-American Declaration of the Rights of Indigenous Peoples

CANADA SIGNS ON TO UN DECLARATION ON THE RIGHTS OF INDIGENOUS PEOPLES:

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1. Indigenous peoples have the right to the recognition and the full ownership, control and protection of their cultural, artistic, spiritual, technological and scientific heritage, and legal protection for their intellectual property through trademarks, patents, copyright and other such procedures as established under domestic law; as well as to special measures to ensure them legal status and institutional capacity to develop, use, share, market and bequeath that heritage to future generations.

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UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples | ANTaR

7. Indigenous peoples have the right to the restitution of the lands, territories and resources which they have traditionally owned or otherwise occupied or used, and which have been confiscated, occupied, used or damaged, or when restitution is not possible, the right to compensation on a basis not less favorable than the standard of international law .

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It is a fabricated history, full of omissions and distorted perspectives.
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6. Unless exceptional and justified circumstances so warrant in the public interest, the states shall not transfer or relocate indigenous peoples without the free, genuine, public and informed consent of those peoples, but in all cases with prior compensation and prompt replacement of lands taken, which must be of similar or better quality and which must have the same legal status; and with guarantee of the right to return if the causes that gave rise to the displacement cease to exist.

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The States shall not take any action which forcesindigenous peoples to assimilate and shall not endorse any theory, orengage in any practice, that imports discrimination, destruction of aculture or the possibility of the extermination of any ethnic group.

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1. The states recognize the right of indigenous peoples to decide democratically what values, objectives, priorities and strategies will govern and steer their development course, even where they are different from those adopted by the national government or by other segments of society. Indigenous peoples shall be entitled to obtain on a non-discriminatory basis appropriate means for their own development according to their preferences and values, and to contribute by their own means, as distinct societies, to national development and international cooperation.

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Indigenous peoples and individuals have the right tobelong to an indigenous community or nation in accordance with thetraditions and customs of the community or nation concerned. Nodisadvantage of ally kind may arise from the exercise of such aright.