Food Rights in Canada

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Essay #: 070491
Total text length is 8,991 characters (approximately 6.2 pages).

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Food Rights in Canada
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The article that will serve as the basis of this paper is “Indigenous Food Sovereignty.” This article provides both the historical and contemporary basis for the designation of food rights for the indigenous people of Canada. In this article, we learn the historical relationship between colonizers and the earth, food, animals and agriculture and how those relationships negatively affected the connection between indigenous people and their food. A number of laws have been passed in Canada to supposedly protect this population and their food, but in reality a number of governmental and local policies have disrupted indigenous food ways.
This paper will serve as the foundation to discuss the larger topic of...
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