The Needs Of Canada’s Youthful Population

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Did you know that in 2006, the number of aboriginal people in Canada surpassed one million? This means that the aboriginals represented 3.8% of the total population in Canada. Even though this number is much smaller than the non-aboriginal population, they have an impact on Canada, in the north and south. Unfortunately, some of the aboriginal groups do not have a stable way of living and the Canadian government is very selective when helping them. Overall, I want to be able to help the First Nation people receive the funding they need to have a thriving economic workforce.

Firstly, the aboriginal people do not have enough jobs and educational buildings to support the large population of ...view middle of the document...

With such a high population of young people, the government has to create more jobs for these people. They will need to work to support themselves and their families. The government should be focusing more on the need of these First Nation people and build workplaces to give these people opportunities for a successful career.

I believe that the aboriginal people need better health care and housing. According to Health Canada First Nation people and Inuit people are more at risk to receive HIV. In a trend over the past few years, it has been seen that natives are being infected at a significantly younger age than non-aboriginal people. This could be because the aboriginal people are treated differently in Canada so that they don’t receive the same health coverage that the rest of the Canadians do. It is unfortunate that the highest cause of HIV transition between aboriginal people is injection drugs. The Canadian government should be enforcing the same drug laws that we have in other parts of Canada on the reserves. It is known that Aboriginal people have adjusted some of the laws on their reserves to accompany their customs and culture. Yet, the HIV count is rising in the aboriginal people, and if not properly taken care of, people may be more prone to different diseases. Also, some health care benefits that we receive are not translated to the aboriginal population. In the aboriginal regions, people live in a large home and hold many relatives and a few different families. With more young people, there will eventually be inadequate room for living. The government should use this opportunity to build houses and give the jobs to aboriginal people. Many natives would be willing to build homes for their neighbors/families and it would earn them income.
Yet, hasn’t the government given enough...

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