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Photos from: Indian Act turns 140, but few celebrating

First passed in 1876, the Indian Act received royal assent on April 12, 1876, under Prime Minister Alexander McKenzie. It is the primary legislation used by the Canadian government to administer everything from laws to membership and elections in First Nation communities. Many consider it the remnants of colonialism and wish it was done away with.

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