Question 1: On June 3, 1970, the NIB presented the response by ________ and the Indian Chiefs of Alberta (entitled "Citizens Plus" but commonly known as the "Red Paper") to the Federal Cabinet.
Question 2: The NIB gained consultative status with the ________ in 1974, until such time as an international Indigenous organization could be formed.
Question 4: Undoubtedly, this was one of the last steps in ending the ________ long opposed by indigenous people, but also a first step in the push for Indigenous self-governance.
Question 6: Toward the end of the 1970s, this criticism became increasingly prominent, and became particularly glaring during protests against the patriation of the ________.
Question 7: It was created with the intention of representing a large number of sometimes disparate ________, but could not necessarily claim to be representative of all the bands and nations in Canada.
Question 8: The Assembly of First Nations ( AFN) is a body of First Nations leaders in ________.
Question 9: The National Indian Council was created in 1961 to represent Indigenous people, including Treaty/ Status Indians, non-status people, the Metis people, though not the ________.