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Governments in conflict? : provinces and Indian nations in Canada / edited by J. Anthony Long and Menno Boldt ; in association with Leroy Little Bear.

By: Long, J Anthony
Contributor(s): Boldt, Menno | Little Bear, Leroy
Language: English Publisher: Toronto : University of Toronto Press, 1988.Description: x, 296p. ; 22.5cm.ISBN: 0802066909
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Bibl. notes: p.273-293. - Contents: 1, Federal Indian policy and the provinces. Federal perspectives on Indian-Provincial relations / B. Rawson; Their own place / K. Penner; Native Indian self-government / M. Boldt, J.A. Long; 2, The provinces and the constitutional negotiations on aboriginal rights. The role of the provinces in the elucidation of aboriginal rights in Canada / Ian G. Scott, J.T.S. McCabe; The provinces and Indian self-government in the constitutional forum / W. Calder; Indian nations and constitutional change / H. Cardinal; 3, Provincial approaches. British Columbia and the native community / R. Exell; Ontario provincial native policy / S. Spiegel; Quebec and aboriginal peoples / E. Gourdeau; 4, The provinces and Indian land claims. Indian treaty right entitlements in Manitoba / Leon Mitchell; Indian land claims in Quebec and Alberta / J. O'Reilly; 5, Jurisdictional issues between provinces and Indians. The constitution, the provinces and aboriginal people / D. Sanders; Section 88 of the Indian Act / L. Little Bear; Jurisdictional conflicts and the Blood Indian Band / Chief Roy Fox; 6, Comparative perspectives on aboriginal peoples in federal systems. Resolving tensions between tribal and state governments: learning from the American experience / D. Getches; Aboriginal-government relations in Australia and the implications for Canada / B. Morse; The aboriginal peoples and the government of the Northwest Territories / G. Dacks.