The W.A.D. ACCORD (aka; The Australian Question) & The COMPENSATION; a less comprehensive version. Native Canadians, et al; “Rights” vs. “Privileges”. BUT, Which NON Native Canadians QUALIFY for The COMPENSATION?
…(basically) The W.A.D. Accord (aka; “The Australian Question”) as it pertains to Aboriginal Canadians states that most Canadians, et al, agree that it is a “right”, not a “privilege” for the most vulnerable Aboriginal community members, et al, to obtain from the government of Canada, et al, its (the government of Canada’s) criteria for ascertaining the health and robustness of their Native communities’ economies. That is to say; the criteria would probably include, amongst other things, a list of those environmentally sustainable businesses, industries and/or enterprises that can:
1) provide the most vulnerable with the direct, cash dividends that amount to over two times (ie. factor of 2+) the
amounts that the most vulnerable can obtain from all the present sources of social assistance,
3) be expanded to provide over 100% employment of the most vulnerable members of an Aboriginal community,
And, finally, “The Australian Question” states that because “some” of the most vulnerable Aboriginal community members are being deprived of the aforementioned benefits and the information regarding
these benefits, the most vulnerable are entitled to be compensated** for their deprivation (ie. their poverty, despair, disenchantment, fear, unconscionably high rates of unemployment & suicides, etc).. “The Question” asks; is $47,400 ($87,000 Australian, circa 1984) per year a reasonable compensation …?”
**The Compensation; similar to the Residential Schools Abuse compensation, except larger.
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