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A summary of northern native claims in Canada: the process and progress of negotiations

A summary of northern native claims in Canada: the process and progress of negotiations
Pages: 31 - 40
Auteur(s) / Author(s): Keith Crowe
Résumé:

Le règlement des revendications autochtones d'Alaska. en 1971 déclencha un processus similaire au Canada. Le présent article décrit la procédure qui s'applique aux revendications globales, avec un stade de clarification et un stade de négociation proprement dite. On y examine ensuite les principales revendications qui ont été déposées – entre autres celles du Council for Yukon Indians, de Inuit Tapirisat of Canada et du Committee for Original Peoples' Entitlement.

Abstract:

The settlement of Alaska native claims in 1971 gave impetus to a similar movement in Canada. The official process is described for comprehensive claims, involving first a stage of classification and then a stage of actual negotiation. Comprehensive claims that have been filed so far are successively examined – inter alia, those of the Council for Yukon Indians, Inuit Tapirisat of Canada and the Committee for Original Peoples' Entitlement.