Political Change, Political Development, and Self-government in the Northwest TerritoriesBook - 1992
Residents of the Northwest Territories today face a number of difficult political issues: land claims, division of the territories, constitutional development, self-government, an accord for sharing resource revenues, and the establishment of their place within the Canadian federation. Whose North? provides the context for a better understanding of these issues and traces the evolution of an innovative, increasingly indigenous, governmental process. Today, eighteen of the twenty-four legislators are Native and the non-partisan, consensus style of government is unique in Canada.
Publisher: Vancouver : UBC Press in association with the Arctic Institute of North America, 1992
Branch Call Number: 971.903 DIC
Characteristics: xvi, 233 p