EPILOGUE: Native Plants, Indigenous Societies, and the Land in Canada’s Future
Plants, People, and Places: The Roles of Ethnobotany and Ethnoecology in Indigenous Peoples' Land Rights in Canada and Beyond
Canada stands at the brink of a transformation of historic proportions. After some four centuries of European resettlement of the land, the political and social institutions of Canada are now aligned to seriously consider the broad effects of this history on Indigenous peoples and to redress some of its more egregious effects. This movement is at once political, legal, economic, social, and environmental in scope. Although this re-evaluation has centred largely on the circumstances of the past, it is also forward-looking and draws momentum from a shared vision of a future Canada as a country that is more equitable, harmonious,....
Copyrighted by McGill-Queen's University Press
Locate the Document
Deur, D., Turner, N., & Recalma-Clutesi, K. (2020). EPILOGUE: Native Plants, Indigenous Societies, and the Land in Canada’s Future. In Turner N. (Ed.), Plants, People, and Places: The Roles of Ethnobotany and Ethnoecology in Indigenous Peoples' Land Rights in Canada and Beyond (pp. 436-442). Montreal; Kingston; London; Chicago: McGill-Queen's University Press. doi:10.2307/j.ctv153k6x6.35