Political Change, Political Development, and Self-government in the Northwest TerritoriesBook - 1992
Residents of the Northwest Territories today face a number of difficultpolitical issues: land claims, division of the territories,constitutional development, self-government, an accord for sharingresource revenues, and the establishment of their place within theCanadian federation. Whose North? provides the context for abetter understanding of these issues and traces the evolution of aninnovative, increasingly indigenous, governmental process. Today,eighteen of the twenty-four legislators are Native and thenon-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