AFN and Provincial greed, lands and waters grants to the AFN, interpretation of Indigenous special rights by AFN and Provinces reflecting itself globally affecting many Indigenous persons.
Indigenous rights have always been federal, including lands and waters, and is evidenced by Canadian history before the AFN minority chose to claim all Aborginals and divided Aboriginal rights by Province and ‘communities’ and Aboriginal disenfranchisement attrition.
All Aboriginals have equal rights, federally, regardless of where they live. There is no difference between the Aboriginal communites in Toronto or a small reserve in the North or the coasts. It was common to live in vast areas utilizing resources as needed and dictated by the environment.