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The 1993 Yukon Land Claims Treaty presumes new types of cooperative arrangements between First Nation, Territorial, and Federal governments to address pervasive problems of aboriginal inequity. The explicit focus is the development of First Nation sovereignty, authority, and economic self-sufficiency within Canadian federalism. These arrangements have developed in a few situations but the overall pattern is towards diminished intergovernmental cooperation, undermining the extent to which treaties are actually achieving the presumed intentions. Why is this so? The reasons arise in the comprehensive forces within and upon the Canadian federation. Opportunities for First Nation self-determination formed at a time of...
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Examines the lessons that can be drawn from an experiment of British Columbia in participatory land use planning. Information on the consensual land use planning in British Columbia; Effect of the election of a British Columbian Liberals administration in 2001 on forest practices system; Details of the British Columbian First Nations Treaty negotiations.


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