AFN persons have, often, a gross misunderstanding of what an Indigenous person is; one has to be raised in a remote, small community that ‘incubates’ the culture. Everyone is supposed to be understanding about Indigenous life as these people understand it. Indigenous people never stayed in one place, claiming territory was a death sentence. Food and other resources change with the climate.Disease killed most who stayed in one place. There is no remote.
Culture isn’t entertainment. Indigenous people travelled, a lot. They met with others often and most was shared. New people were a cause for celebration, not wars.
There is much more to write. I would always mention to an AFN that their entire culture is, now, foreign. Then, rather than asking ‘the creator’ anything, an AFN person should take a long walk.