Aboriginal Peoples and Government Responsibility
Editor(s): David C. Hawkes
Synopsis: An examination of current federal and provincial government responsibilities with respect to native peoples, these essays deal with the most appalling “political football” in Canadian politics. Specially commissioned experts in the field write on such topics as fiscal, legal, and constitutional issues, and consider the circumstances of specific native groups in Canada. This book is valuable for readers interested in native affairs, federalism, intergovernmental relations and Canadian pubic policy.