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@dustinrgodfrey No, Indigenous Peoples is an umbrella term for all First Nations, Metis and Inuit people. It’s a unique, specialized term, similar to Governor General, that is meant to reflect the special status of those groups in Canada and should not be considered a grammatical root.
@dustinrgodfrey It’s Indigenous Peoples but Indigenous people (ergo Syilx people), and hereditary not capped.
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