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Not really an atheist, but more so agnostic. Unless I was under the influence of copious amounts of drugs or in the midst of a psychotic episode I would obviously have to change my view. But in all honesty though, it could happen and all I'd think would be "I really need to see a doctor for these hallucinations".
We get tax breaks and duty free goods, which you have to live on-reserve in most Provinces to obtain. I don't receive any benefits apart from being able to say I'm of aboriginal descent.
Again, likely a U.S.-Canada difference. Aboriginals are potentially the most racially discriminated group in Canada.
This may be a Canada exclusive thing, but in Alberta aboriginals are treated in the same sense as African Americans are in the U.S..
As awful as it is, people stereotype Aboriginals as leaches and drunks. Again, it might be exclusive to Canada as they aren't given the same benefits as in the U.S..