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we have to be treated as nations. In this context we believe that the foundation for change is self-determination. We need the support of all Manitobans for the recognition and establishment of É alabama crimson tide snoopy and charlie brown crocband clog Indian tribal courts in Manitoba as one of the basic units of Indian government and one of the practical measures for Indian self-determination. The call for separate, Aboriginally controlled justice systems was made repeatedly in our public hearings throughout Manitoba as one solution to all or most of the problems with the present system. We were quite impressed with the thoughtfulness and thoroughness of the commentary we received. The strength of those presentations was enhanced by the belief on the part of Aboriginal leaders that a great injustice has been perpetrated upon them.
• Solutions must provide a better quality of justice for Aboriginal people. • Solutions must improve the image of the justice system in Manitoba as it affects Aboriginal people. • Solutions must enable Aboriginal people to take advantage of available legal institutions and processes, despite their economic circumstances. • Solutions must establish a legal process which Aboriginal people can and will utilize to resolve private legal problems as they arise, particularly those of a civil or family nature. • Solutions must provide essential legal services to Aboriginal people in culturally appropriate ways, in their communities. • Solutions must ensure the delivery of equal and adequate justice to Aboriginal people in rural and remote communities. • Solutions must reduce the over-representation of Aboriginal people as individuals charged with offences and incarcerated in our penal institutions. • Solutions must overcome the perception by Aboriginal people that the justice system as it operates within their communities is not accountable to them and their governments.