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Métis-Crown relations : rights, identity, jurisdiction and governance /
Frederica Wilson & Melanie Mallet, editors.
Toronto : Irwin Law, 2008.
xviii, 500 p. ; 23 cm.
9781552211588 :
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Toronto : Irwin Law, 2008.
9781552211588 :
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
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Table of Contents
Ethnohistory and the Development of Native Law in Canada: Advancing Aboriginal Rights or Re-inscribing Colonialism?p. 1
Defining the "Metis" of Canada: A Principled Approach to Crown-Aboriginal Relationsp. 27
Federal and Provincial Crown Obligations to the Metisp. 71
Beyond Space and Time - A Purposive Examination of Section 91(24) of the Constitution Act, 1867p. 95
Are the Metis in Section 91(24) of the Constitution Act, 1867? An Issue Caught in a Time-Warpp. 121
Reconciling Differences between the Metis Nation and the Crown: An Agenda for Law Reformp. 141
"Neither Fish nor Indians": Pursuing Crown-Metis Relations through Historical Evidence Concerning Policies and the Constitution Act, 1930p. 153
Metis Interjurisdictional Immunity: A Third Way to Protect Metis Constitutional Rights?p. 207
Fiddling with Head 91(24): Metis Interjurisdictional Immunityp. 231
Interjurisdictional Immunity and Metis Aboriginal Rights: A Provincial Perspectivep. 259
The Metis and the Doctrine of Interjurisdictional Immunity: A Commentaryp. 289
The Metis Nation's Self-Government Agenda: Issues and Options for the Futurep. 323
Metis Self-Government: Reflections on the Way Forwardp. 391
The Aboriginal Justice Inquiry - Child Welfare Initiative: Creating the Metis Child and Family Services Authorityp. 411
Government on the Metis Settlements: Foundations and Future Directionsp. 437
Author Biographiesp. 475
Table of Casesp. 481
Indexp. 491
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