The evolution of public governments in the north and the implications for Aboriginal peoples

Type
Book
Category
General Library Collection  [ Browse Items ]
Publication Year
1993 
Pages
47 
Subject
Indigenous peoples -- Canada -- Government relations 
Abstract
"This paper is intended to provide a historical perspective of the evolution of public government in the Yukon and Northwest Territories, and describes the relationships between Aboriginal organizations and the federal and territorial governments as these have developed over the last century in Canada, including Nunavut and other regional and local government models. An appendix lists the legislative powers of the Yukon and Northwest Territories governments."--WorldCat.org. 
Description
ii, 47 pages ; 28 cm. 
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