MODERN TREATIES IN CANADA: THE CASE OF NORTHERN QUEBEC AGREEMENTS AND THE INUVIALUIT FINAL AGREEMENT

@inproceedings{Saku2000MODERNTI,
  title={MODERN TREATIES IN CANADA: THE CASE OF NORTHERN QUEBEC AGREEMENTS AND THE INUVIALUIT FINAL AGREEMENT},
  author={James C. Saku and Robert Martin Bone},
  year={2000}
}
I Resume Aboriginal Canadians are seeking a new place in the Canadian society. The settling of outstanding land claims is an important step in that direction. The era of modern treaties began with the signing of Northern Quebec Agree­ ments and the Inuvialuit Final Agreement. This paper discusses the main features of these Agreements, provides a theoretical understanding to modern treaties and Aboriginal economic development, and examines the development status of Aboriginal communities in… CONTINUE READING