Other non-Aboriginal persons involved in the treaty process fear thatdifferential treatment directed toward correcting past wrongs will result in theimposition of new injustices; that is, that the wrongs of the past will beaddressed by creating new wrongs, this time imposed on those who did notdirectly play a role in the initial injustices. In their view, these earlier injusticeshave been “superseded” and compensation for the past will only result in a newround of injustices.43We need equality. All of this is smoke and mirrors unless there is equality. You’re going to end upwith division. We’ve been involved in this for years and years. And we (fishermen) are the onlypeople having their jobs negotiated away (LMRAC member).44If you take our jobs then do it in a fair way so we aren’t left with nothing like Aboriginals once were.No one else in this room is having their jobs expropriated. The government did not compensatefishermen properly in Nisga’a. All I ask is that you give us some dignity (LMRAC
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