To What Extent has Canada Affirmed Collective Rights?

To What Extent has Canada Affirmed Collective Rights?

TO WHAT EXTENT HAS CANADA AFFIRMED COLLECTIVE RIGHTS? CHAPTER 4 WHAT IS COLLECTIVE IDENTITY?

Collective Identity is the shared identity of a group of people, because of a common

language and culture. WHAT ARE COLLECTIVE RIGHTS??? Collective rights are rights that are guaranteed

to specific groups in Canadian society based on historical and constitutional reasons. COLLECTIVE RIGHTS AND HISTORY Based on history, collective rights have been granted to certain groups because of promises

that government has made to uphold certain laws. COLLECTIVE RIGHTS IN CANADA Groups in Canada that have collective rights include: Aboriginal Peoples -

COLLECTIVE RIGHTS IN CANADA Francophones-

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