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Aboriginal documents reflect their traditions, beliefs and aspirations as well as the agreements with the British and Canadian authorities. The treaty process is still ongoing in modern Canada but it is somewhat instructive and enlightening when reading previous treaty texts to understand how much different the process is today.

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