Chapter: Who We Are

Topic: Aboriginal Peoples

ADVERTISEMENT
ADVERTISEMENT
Aboriginal peoples who are not Inuit or Métis are known as _____________.

Question 1 of 9

The first rights for Aboriginal peoples in Canada were granted in _______________.

Question 2 of 9

The Métis mostly live on the _______________.

Question 3 of 9

The policy of forcing Aboriginal children into residential schools lasted until_______________.

Question 4 of 9

The name of the Inuit people means ______________ in their language.

Question 5 of 9

The Canadian government formally apologised for their treatment of Aboriginal children in_______________.

Question 6 of 9

Canada’s original Aboriginal population are believed to come from _______________.

Question 7 of 9

There are _______________ groupings of Aboriginal peoples in Canada today.

Question 8 of 9

The Métis Aboriginal people have a shared Aboriginal and _____________ heritage.

Question 9 of 9


 

ADVERTISEMENT

©2021 apnatoronto.com

Log in with your credentials

Forgot your details?