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The application of the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms to First Nations' jurisdiction
This thesis examines the discourse surrounding the debate over whether the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms ought to apply to First Nations’ governments in Canada. This is a constitutional and legal grey area at ...
Prairie First Nations and provinces : is there a fiduciary relationship that gives rise to fiduciary obligations?
This thesis examines the relationship between the provincial Crown and Aboriginal peoples in the particular context of the prairie provinces to determine whether or not it can be described as fiduciary and, if so, what ...
The capacity of Montreal Lake, SK to provide safe drinking water
Recent waterborne disease outbreaks in Canada have brought national awareness to drinking water safety. In particular, the long history of poor water quality plaguing First Nations communities has received substantial ...
The politics of indian administration : a revisionist history of intrastate relations in mid-twentieth century British Columbia
This dissertation examines Native-newcomer relations during the “integrationist” era in Canadian Indian affairs: the two and a half decades after World War Two during which the federal government introduced policies designed ...