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First nationalism
The native peoples of British Columbia still maintain that nearly all the province's 950,000 square kilometres (367,000 square miles) are rightfully theirs - and they are battling for generous  
 for their historic loss.
That struggle has been
 on by the success of the group that started it. In a treaty ratified earlier this year by the federal Parliament, the Nisga'a, a 6,000-member tribe in the north-west, finally won a settlement of a claim it first voiced in the mid-19th century. The treaty  
 Nisga'a ownership of 1,992 square kilometres of land, gives the tribe the right to self-government and to manage its own lands and natural resources - plus a payout of C$190m ($128m).

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