Who are the Indigenous peoples in Canada?

Indigenous peoples in Canada are the descendants of the original inhabitants of North America.

The words Aboriginal, Native and Indigenous refer to the same groups of people.

The Canadian Constitution recognizes three different groups of Aboriginal people: First Nations, Métis and Inuit peoples.

These are three separate peoples with unique heritages, languages, cultural practices and spiritual beliefs.

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