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Worldview

Aboriginal Peoples have a distinct worldview that differs from other Canadian mainstream cultures. The worldview of Aboriginal People stems from the belief that the universe was developed by the Creator and human beings should live in a harmonious respectful way towards one another, oneself and nature. Each Aboriginal culture expresses their worldview in a unique way with different stories, practices and cultural products.

 

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