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Canada Signs Millionaire Compensation for Tribals Who Acquired Their Land A Century Ago |  Canada |  Justin Trudeau |  |  The world

Canada Signs Millionaire Compensation for Tribals Who Acquired Their Land A Century Ago | Canada | Justin Trudeau | | The world

The Canadian government will pay for the Western aboriginal group Siksika , $ 1.3 billion in compensation for stealing their land a century ago. The payment was made as part of an agreement signed Thursday by the Canadian Prime Minister. And the only Croft who is the tribal leader of Siksika.

“We meet today to correct past mistakes”, Justin Trudeau spoke of the traditional lands known as the Siksika First Nation in Western Canada.

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In 1910 the government seized almost half of the tribal lands in the province of Alberta for resource development and sale to immigrants.

Land grabbing occurred in the West Prairie region 30 years ago despite the fact that 46,000 hectares were protected for the community by an agreement.

Trudeau said he had Ottawa “Behaved respectfully” By taking “The most productive agricultural and mineral rich land in the community is for the benefit of others ”.

(Dave Chan / AFP)

Indigenous Affairs Minister Mark Miller noted that Siksika had lost some of the wealth created from these lands and access to many shrines.

In that sense, he argued, it was important to recognize such people “Exploitation Negotiations and Land Transfer”.

“While this agreement does not cover the past, we hope it will lead to a brighter and better future for this generation and future generations,” he added. “This land ownership, yes, 1.3 trillion, that’s a lot of money. It’s not like it used to be. But we need to move forward.”The officer announced.

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Crawfoot expressed himself in the same words, promising who “Canada has not provided $ 1.3 billion to Siksika. Corrects the mistake made when Canada illegally (465 sq km) land was taken over a century ago..

According to an agreement signed between the Canadian government and five aboriginal groups in 1877, by 1910, Canada had seized almost half of the territory associated with Siksika.

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