|aAboriginal self-government in Canada :|bcurrent trends and issues /|cedited by Yale D. Belanger.
|aSaskatoon :|bPurich Pub.,|cc2008.
|axxi, 429 p. ;|c23 cm.
|aPurich's Aboriginal issues series
|aPrevious eds. edited by John H. Hylton.
|aIncludes bibliographical references and index.
|rYale D. Belanger & David R. Newhouse -- |rJames (Sákéj) Youngblood Henderson -- |rBradford W. Morse -- |rRoger Maaka & Augie Fleras -- |rKen S. Coates & W.R. Morrison -- |rJames Frideres -- |rLarry Chartrand -- |rFrances Abele & Michael J. Prince -- |rJosee Lavoie, John O'Neil, Jeff Reading, & Yvon Allard -- |rGabrielle Slowey -- |rAilsa Henderson -- |rRobert Alexander Innes & Terrence Ross Pelletier -- |rCatherine Bell & Harold Robinson -- |rJoseph Garcea -- |rJo-Anne Fiske -- |rBrian Calliou -- |rVal Napoleon, Angela Cameron, Colette Arcand, & Dahti Scott -- |rJean Paul Restoule -- |rYale D. Belanger. |tReconciling solitudes : a critical analysis of the self-government ideal / |tTreaty governance / |tRegaining recognition of the inherent right of aboriginal governance / |tContesting indigenouse peoples governance : the politics of state-determination vs. self-determining autonomy / |tFrom Panacea to reality : the practicalities of Canadian aboriginal self-government agreements / |tA critical analysis of the Royal Commission on Aboriginal Peoples self-government model / |t"We rise again:" Métis traditional governance and the claim to Métis self-government / |tThe future of fiscal federalism : funding regimes for aboriginal self-government / |tCommunity healing and aboriginal self-government / |tUnfinished business : self-government and the James Bay Northern Quebec Agreement thirty years later / |tSelf-government in Nunavut / |tCowessess First Nation : self-government, nation building, and treaty land entitlement / |tGovernment on the Métis settlements : foundations and future directions / |tFirst nations satellite reserves : capacity-building and self-government in Saskatchewan / |tConstitutionalizing the space to be Aboriginal women : the Indian Act and the struggle for First Nations citizenship / |tThe significance of building leadership and community capacity to implement self-government / |tWhere is the law in restorative justice? / |tAboriginal education and self-government : assessing success and identifying the challenges to restoring Aboriginal jurisdiction for education / |tFuture prospects for Aboriginal self-government in Canada /
|aIndians of North America|xPolitics and government. |zCanada
|aIndians of North America|xGovernment relations. |zCanada
|aIndians of North America|xLegal status, laws, etc.|zCanada.