1/29/08 - Aboriginals Core issues: Citizenship 1/22/2008...

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Aboriginals 22/01/2008 10:06:00 Core issues: Citizenship What is a citizenry? Boundaries are drawn between people. Non members and members are different  in a fundametal way. It follows from this that it is okay to be treated differently. How do  you define those boundaries? There are different ways of defining a citizenry: Place of birth  jus soli( by where someone is born) Jus sanguinis- ethinicity Merit- (Aristotle) if one is fit to be a citizen you have to fufill some  requirements. What does it actually mean to be a citizen? Are all citizens the same? Are they  equal citizens?  Can aboriginal sovereignty coexist in Canada? Aboriginal people are equal opportunities than Canadians.  Legally there is no 
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