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Canada in Canada, an authorized Native American to hunt on the territory of its ancestors

13:25  27 april  2021
13:25  27 april  2021 Source:   ouest-france.fr

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The Canadian Supreme Court recognized that an Aboriginal people retained its "ancestral right" hunting.

It all started in 2010, when Richard Lee Desautel shot down a Wapiti. The Amerindian, who lives in Colville, in a Washington State reserve, the United States , has crossed the nearby Canadian border , to hunt in the province of British Columbia. But without being a Canadian resident and without a hunting license. Prosecuted, Richard Lee Desautel is justified: he only exerted his ancestral right to hunt on the territory of his ancestors Sinixt.

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This Canadian Aboriginal people held a vast territory in the current British Columbia until 1956. The date it was officially declared "extinguished" due to lack of descendants in Canada. However, Sinixt still live on the other side of the border, in the Lakes Tribe community, located in Colville.

Desautel should it be considered part of an Aboriginal people of Canada and, by extension, enjoy specific rights? Yes, according to the Canadian Supreme Court. For judges, "Exclude peoples who have moved or have been forced to do so [...] would aggravate the injustices of colonialism". In fact, the installation of some Sinixt in the United States as early as 1846 is due to the delineation of the border with Canada. A border suffered, who split their territory.

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Le territoire historique des Sinixt se trouve à cheval sur la frontière entre le Canada et les États-Unis. © Infographic West-France The historic Sinixt territory is on horseback on the border between Canada and the United States.

The decision of the Supreme Court allows desAl and 4,000 descendants Sinixt to hunt on their traditional lands in Canada. And it could emulate among the tens of thousands of other Native Amerindians dispossessed from their lands on the other side of the Canadian border.

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