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No, instead of monetary funds, we should instead offer assistance in the form of education, training, and social programs
No, aboriginals should not receive any more funds until their accounting is reviewed by independent auditors
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We should not be wasting money on failed and failing military campaigns in places like Afghanistan, Iraq, Libya, when we have First Nations' people living in squalid conditions right here in Canada. 5 years ago from a Liberal in Victoria
Not only more funds, but the respect they also deserve for being the first people's of this country before the white man came and raped this country, and decimated the indigenous peoples of this land, which came close to total genocide. 5 years ago from a Liberal in Toronto
They should receive more government funds as well as technical assistance and training to become fully integrated into Canada, but with cultural uniqueness, a new found sense of pride and skills to make our shared homeland a better place. For too, long... 5 years ago from a Liberal in Toronto
Federal Government should develop and help implement economic and educational program tailored to the First Nations' heritage, affinities and aspirations to incentivize First Nations to expand Canada's domestic and international offering. 5 years ago from a Liberal in Vancouver
All aboriginal funding should be reviewed with major aboriginal groups with those groups having an equal say to the government, the ultimate aim should be to reduce the dependence on government funding - not eliminate it. 6 years ago from a Liberal in Ottawa
Should government funds to First Nations be invested in education and economic development only?. 6 years ago from a Liberal in Kitchener
Canadian government should honor its treaties. Funds should be increased in areas of educational support. 6 years ago from a Liberal in Toronto
Aboriginal people need more autonomy and way of developing their own resources and and economies on their own terms so that they can be healthy strong partners in this country, but first their standard of life needs to be increased to match the rest of... 6 years ago from a Liberal in Saint John
Recognize sovereign status and negotiate treaties state-to-state. 6 years ago from a Liberal in Streetsville
Aboriginals as first nations peoples should have the right to self govern and self education within a sovereign territorial state and derive their livelihoods, as they see fit, from the bounty those areas provide. If the government of Canada had reduced... 6 years ago from a Liberal in Vancouver
Add more government supports that will lead to greater independence. 6 years ago from a Liberal in Toronto
Some bands should be given help in managing their finances at least to the point where they show competence. After that if they fail, that's their problem. 6 years ago from a Liberal in Toronto
Only if it enhances their abilit to wing off this funding. 6 years ago from a Liberal in Paradise