You may be aware that we have a much higher percentage of population for native Indians in Canada than what there is the U.S.
In many northern rural communities the majority of people are native Indians.
Many have always claimed that they have the right to pursue their traditional hunting and gathering unimpeded by the government or laws. And in fact this is pretty common. The government seems to be reluctant to charge native Indians, expecially with anything to do with hunting or fishing.
As a matter of fact they even apply a different standard of law for murder, etc. because they are native Indians, but that's another story.
What do you think? Should native Indians have the right to practice traditional hunting methods?