Where Do Canadian First Nations People Stand Today?

Question by Lisa: Where do Canadian First Nations people stand today?
Today First Nations People must deal with numerous problems. These problems include and are of course not restricted to alcoholism, drug abuse, family violence, poor nutrition and limited education. Through a historical prospective, how exactly all of these issues project until now? Or at leats until 2011.

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