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Aboriginal self-government in Canada : current trends and issues /
edited by Yale D. Belanger.
edition
3rd ed.
imprint
Saskatoon : Purich Pub., c2008.
description
xxi, 429 p. ; 23 cm.
ISBN
189583032X (Paper), 9781895830323 (Paper)
format(s)
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imprint
Saskatoon : Purich Pub., c2008.
isbn
189583032X (Paper)
9781895830323 (Paper)
general note
Previous eds. edited by John H. Hylton.
local note
This title is part of the Indigenous Perspectives Collection at the Bora Laskin Law Library.
catalogue key
6393571
 
Includes bibliographical references and index.
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Table of Contents
Foreword
Introduction
An Introduction to Aboriginal Self-Government
Reconciling Solitudes: A Critical Analysis of the Self-Government Idealp. 1
Treaty Governancep. 20
Regaining Recognition of the Inherent Right of Aboriginal Governancep. 39
Contesting Indigenous Peoples Governance: The Politics of State-Determination vs. Self-Determining Autonomyp. 69
Understanding Aboriginal Self-government
From Panacea to Reality: The Practicalities of Canadian Aboriginal Self-Government Agreementsp. 105
A Critical Analysis of the Royal Commission on Aboriginal Peoples Self-Government Modelp. 123
"We Rise Again:" Metis Traditional Governance and the Claim to Metis Self-Governmentp. 145
The Future of Fiscal Federalism: Funding Regimes for Aboriginal Self-Governmentp. 158
Trends in the Implementation of Self-Government
Community Healing and Aboriginal Self-Governmentp. 172
Unfinished Business: Self-government and the James Bay Northern Quebec Agreement Thirty Years Laterp. 206
Self-Government in Nunavutp. 222
Cowessess First Nation: Self-Government, Nation Building, and Treaty Land Entitlementp. 240
Government on the Metis Settlements: Foundations and Future Directionsp. 260
First Nations Satellite Reserves: Capacity-Building and Self-Government in Saskatchewanp. 287
Issues and Debates
Constitutionalizing the Space to be Aboriginal Women: The Indian Act and the Struggle for First Nations Citizenshipp. 309
The Significance of Building Leadership and Community Capacity to Implement Self-Governmentp. 332
Where is the Law in Restorative Justice?p. 348
Aboriginal Education and Self-Government: Assessing Success and Identifying the Challenges to Restoring Aboriginal Jurisdiction for Educationp. 373
Future Prospects
Future Prospects for Aboriginal Self-Government in Canadap. 395
Contributorsp. 415
Indexp. 419
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