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    First Nations

    Discoveries are normally recorded when the initial contact, via wellbore, is made in a field previously unexploited. The Canadian oil sands, for example, were well-known to the indigenous people or First Nations many centuries ago, and were discovered” by European traders in the 1700s.

    Who were the First Nations?
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    Re: First Nations

    Quote Originally Posted by Ramil
    Discoveries are normally recorded when the initial contact, via wellbore, is made in a field previously unexploited. The Canadian oil sands, for example, were well-known to the indigenous people or First Nations many centuries ago, and were discovered” by European traders in the 1700s.

    Who were the First Nations?
    I believe "First Nations" is the term that Canadians use for Indians/Native Americans/Aborigines. The first two are what Americans usually use, and the last one what Austrailians use. Basically, just those people who were around before Europeans showed up.
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    Re: First Nations

    Quote Originally Posted by Бармалей
    Quote Originally Posted by Ramil
    Discoveries are normally recorded when the initial contact, via wellbore, is made in a field previously unexploited. The Canadian oil sands, for example, were well-known to the indigenous people or First Nations many centuries ago, and were discovered” by European traders in the 1700s.

    Who were the First Nations?
    I believe "First Nations" is the term that Canadians use for Indians/Native Americans/Aborigines. The first two are what Americans usually use, and the last one what Austrailians use. Basically, just those people who were around before Europeans showed up.
    I thought the same but wanted some clarification. Thanks.
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