Royal Commission on Aboriginal People<br />Explanation on whether or not the attempt to resist the imposition of liberalism was successful.<br />Leave your audience with a question or thought to ponder.<br />The Royal Commission on Aboriginal Peoples was established by the government in order to help the aboriginal peoples with their issues such as the Oka Crisis and the Meech Lake Accord. The attempt to resist the imposition of liberalism through the Royal Commission on Aboriginal People was not successful. Although the government ran a five year assessment and interviewed different tribes to shed light on their issues, the promises made by the government were not followed through. Their goal was to solve certain issues the aboriginal people faced on a daily basis as well as issues created because of the lack of relationship between the aboriginals and the Canadian government. The attempt to resist the imposition of liberalism was not successful because the government began to create a detailed plan to close the economic gap between aboriginals and non-aboriginals, as well as goals for native education, economic development, housing, and health and water services. However, these goals did not get accomplished before the deadline. <br />How come the statistics show that non-aboriginals in Canada still have a significantly better quality of life compared to the aboriginals of Canada, when Canada has set goals to close that gap between these two nations? Should Canada take more action on this issue?<br />
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