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Aboriginal music of Canada

Aboriginal peoples in Canada First Nations Inuit Métis Paleo-Indians Pre-colonization Genetics Residential Schools Indian Hospitals Conflicts First Nation Inuit Crown and Aboriginals Treaty rights Health Policy Numbered Treaties Royal Commission Self-government Indian Act British Columbia Treaty Process Idle No More Lateral violence Politics Organizations Case law Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development Canada Aboriginal cultures Aboriginal personalities Country food Music Indian reserves AB FN Métis Atlantic CA BC MB ON QC SK Territories Pacific Coast Aboriginal languages Inuit languages Aboriginal English Dialects Aboriginal syllabics Inuit grammar Traditional beliefs Inuit mythology Index of articles Aboriginal First Nations Inuit Métis Stubs Portal Aboriginal Canadian portal WikiProject Indigenous North Americans First Nations Commons Wiktionary Inuit Commons Wiktionary Métis Commons Wiktionary v t e Aboriginal music of Canada encompasses a wide variety of musical genres created by Canada's Aboriginal people. Before European settlers came to what is now Canada, the region was occupied by a large number of First Nations, including the West Coast Salish and Haida, the centrally located Iroquois, Blackfoot and Huron, the Dene band governments to the North, and the Innu and Mi'kmaq in the East and the Cree in the North. Each of the aboriginal communities had (and have) their own unique musical traditions. Chanting – singing is widely popular and most use a variety of musical instruments. ^ "Culture Areas Index". the Canadian Museum of Civilization.  ^ Keillor (2006)
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