2 edition of Aboriginal geographical names of Canada found in the catalog.
Aboriginal geographical names of Canada
|Other titles||Toponymie autochtone du Canada, Native Canadian geographical names.|
|Statement||compilation by Albertina Pianarosa ; Canadian Permanent Committee on Geographical Names.|
|Contributions||Canadian Permanent Committee on Geographical Names., Geomatics Canada.|
|LC Classifications||Z1209.2.C2 P53 1997, E78.C2 P53 1997|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 200 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||200|
|LC Control Number||00503624|
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Get this from a library. Aboriginal geographical names of Canada: an annotated bibliography = La toponymie autochtone du Canada: une bibliographie annotée. [Albertina Pianarosa; Canadian Permanent Committee on Geographical Names.; Geomatics Canada.]. The Geographical Names Board of Canada (GNBC) is a national committee with a secretariat in Natural Resources Canada, part of the Government of Canada, which authorizes the names used on official federal government maps of Canada created since The board consists of 27 members, one from each of the provinces and territories, and others from departments of the Government of Canada.
This list of place names in Canada of Indigenous origin contains Canadian places whose names originate from Aboriginal geographical names of Canada book words of the First Nations, Métis, or Inuit, collectively referred to as indigenous possible the original word or phrase used by Indigenous peoples is included, along with its generally believed meaning.
Names listed are only those used in English or French, as many. In the Census, 1, people in Canada identified as Indigenous, making up per cent of the national population.
The First Nations population rose tothe Métis population grew toand the Inuit population reac The big population increases are the result of increased life expectancy, high birth rates, and. Get this from a library. Aboriginal geographical names of Canada: an annotated bibliography.
[Albertina Pianarosa; Canadian Permanent Committee on Geographical Names.; Geomatics Canada.]. 'Naming Canada will be enjoyed and valued as a resource by everyone with an interest in place names or the geography of Canada.' (H. Gardiner Barnum The Canadian Geographer) 'This little book is full of entertaining stories.
It is hard to put down once you start reading by: 7. Baby names inspired by Canada’s First Nations: Ojibwe The Anishinaabe people, one of Canada’s First Nations, use the Ojibwe (also spelled Ojibway) language.
Here are some traditional baby names for boys, girls, and both, which may inspire you. For more information on COVID, visit Aboriginal geographical names of Canada: an annotated bibliography / Compilation by Albertina Pianarosa; published by Geomatics Canada.: M/PDF.
The main part of the bibliography consists of two sections: one for information on Canada; the other outside Canada. Query by Geographical Name. Query the Canadian Geographical Names Data Base (CGNDB) using the name of a city, town, lake or any other geographical feature.
You can narrow your search by specifying the type of feature you are searching for and the Province or Territory where the toponym is located. Origins of Canada's Geographical Names. Origin of the names of Canada and its provinces and territories Learn about the origin and the history of selected Canadian names.
Origin of the names of Canada’s provincial and territorial capitals. Aboriginal Peoples in Canada, with an extensive reorganizatoin and revision for its ninth edition, continues to provide a current and comprehensive introduction to Native ching events from the perspective of both the majority and the minority, it traces the history and evolution of Aboriginal—Non-Aboriginal relations over time/5(8).
This wonderful collection of 76 essays explores the fascinating origin and meaning of the names of some of the towns, villages, cities, islands, mountains, and rivers that make up one of the world's largest countries. This new edition includes fifteen more essays, and updates the previous essays to include changes, corrections and new names to the year Reviews: 1.
Arts & Culture Buildings & Monuments Cities & Populated Places Geographical features Historic sites Military Parks & Nature Reserves Provinces & Territories. "30 Indigenous Place Names and their Meanings". The Canadian Encyclopedia, Many of the place names that are truly unique to Canada are derived from various Aboriginal languages.
In this way the use and perpetuation of aboriginal geographical names is formally recognised as an integral part of Canada’s heritage. Most aboriginal languages in Canada are in danger of extinction.
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The Board can give traditional Aboriginal names to features that have been given introduced names through its dual naming policy. The Board's policy is the same as the U.S. Board of Geographical Names, which removes possessive names from all place names in NSW. Roads called Smith's Road are changed to Smiths Road or Smith arters: Panorama Avenue, Bathurst.
Official geographical names data are provided by the federal, provincial and territorial naming authorities of the Geographical Names Board of Canada. Report a problem or mistake on this page.
Please select all that apply: A link, button or video is not working. was represented by three members of the Yukon Geographical Place Names Board, and by the Yukon Territorial Toponymist. Aboriginal Languages in Canada’s National Names Database The Canadian Geographical Names Database (CGNDB) allows naming authorities of the GNBC to indicate the language of the toponym.
Aboriginal approaches to the naming of places across Australia differ radically from the official introduced Anglo-Australian system. However, many of these earlier names have been incorporated into contemporary nomenclature, with considerable reinterpretations of their function and form.
Recently, state jurisdictions have encouraged the adoption of a greater number of Indigenous names. The next time you're looking for a page-turner, consider one of Canada's authentic Indigenous authors who prove a strong sense of identity can go a long way.
Richard Wagamese. Nomadic hunters lived in the Plains reg years ago, but they migrated south. Around AD a group of Natives from the Mississippi area migrated northwest, settling in semi-permanent villages in the Plains region.
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.Inunder the Yukon Land Claims Agreement, the Yukon Geographical Names Board was replaced by the Yukon Geographical Place Names Board (YGPNB). Like its predecessor, it was established with the primary function and responsibility to consider and recommend the naming or renaming of places or features located within the Yukon.