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1.
Another term to describe Indian or Aboriginal peoples indigenous to North America. Has gained wider usage in Canada, while in the United States the term "Native American" is more common.
My friend's ancestry is part First Nations; her mother is Cree.
Por Syrinx 15 de noviembre de 2006
 
2.
A confusing term and increasingly politically correct term that is legally undefined, but generally refers to the indigenous peoples (the "first peoples") of Canada. The use of the term Native American is uncommon in Canada; though technically correct (as Canada is part of the North American continent), Native American generally refers more specifically to indigenous peoples of the United States. Native Canadian is not commonly used, but terms such as natives and autochthones (Canadian French) are.

Technically, First Nation discludes those of Inuit or Metis descent, though all these groups constitute "Aboriginal peoples" in Canada.

The term is rarely used in the United States in reference to the native peoples inhabiting its borders.
What do you think of those first nations getting all of those benefits from the government, eh?
Por PCone 14 de noviembre de 2009
 
3.
another word for native Americans classically known as "native Indians" but now for a more aboriginal definition this term is now used.
sioux, iroquois and navajo are all first nations.
Por Shania Burke 08 de noviembre de 2003