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na′tive Cana′dian

1. a person born in Canada of American Indian or Inuit descent.
2. any person born in Canada.
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Native Canadian intellectual Thomas King, author of six novels, won British ColumbiaAEs National Award for Canadian Non-Fiction for this book, which was first published in 2012.
A native Canadian, Collins ( grew up in Toronto and has family ties in Hungary, as her mother was a Hungarian refugee.
A native Canadian, Birkland began his career at Boston's Pizza, the Canadian version of Boston's Restaurant & Sports Bar, while studying in the College of Commerce at the University of Saskatchewan.
Older primary children might use it as a springboard for more in-depth learning about a province or native Canadian wildlife.
The work of the Indigenous cultures of America will be seen at three locations across the city: the Native Canadian Centre of Toronto, Garrison Commons (adjacent to Fort York), and Planet IndigenUs at Harbourfront Centre.
Ultimately, the mobilization of Native Canadian soldiers was indeed primarily a national affair.
Casprowitz, a native Canadian, has opened or purchased 17 Sylvan franchisees in Canada and the western U.S.
Dave feels he's come full circle and has returned to his rightful status as a proud Native Canadian Loyalist; not only a part of whom he has become, it is a bold definition of who he is.
For the last question, help students connect the phrase "Native Canadian" to their concept of "Native Americans." Point out that people who have lived in an area for many generations often have a close relationship with their natural surroundings.
A native Canadian with a lifelong love of history and travel, she now resides in Tucson, Arizona.
CHOICE Antiques Roadshow (8pm) Fiona Bruce, left, and the experts visit Aberystwyth Arts Centre, where objects up for valuation include a set of Native Canadian carvings and a 19th-century musical bird in a cage.