Domestic governments and Aboriginal peoples : the Alberta case / a report prepared for the Royal Commission on Aboriginal Peoples ; Roger Gibbins, Sonia Arrison, and Jennifer Stewart.: Z1-1991/1-41-126E-PDF
This report examines the relationship between Aboriginal peoples and domestic governments in the province of Alberta. Although the analysis begins with the creation of the province in 1905, the primary focus of the report is on the contemporary nature of that relationship. We therefore explore the extent to which the provincial government, provincial agencies, local governments, and school boards are engaged in Aboriginal affairs. In assessing those relationships, we draw heavily from both personal interviews and an extensive questionnaire completed by 72 individuals active in the Aboriginal policy field. Throughout we stress the complexity of the Aboriginal population of Alberta and the range of domestic governments with which that population interacts. As a consequence of both, the relationship between Aboriginal peoples and domestic governments in Alberta is not open to easy or sweeping generalizations.
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|Department/Agency|| Canada. Privy Council Office. |
Canada. Royal Commission on Aboriginal Peoples.
|Title||Domestic governments and Aboriginal peoples : the Alberta case / a report prepared for the Royal Commission on Aboriginal Peoples ; Roger Gibbins, Sonia Arrison, and Jennifer Stewart.|
|Note(s)|| "March, 1995." |
Historical publication digitized by the Privy Council Office of Canada.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 85).
|Publishing information||Calgary, AB : Royal Commission on Aboriginal Peoples : University of Calgary, Department of Political Science, 1995.|
|Author / Contributor|| Gibbins, Roger,1947- |
Arrison, Sonia, 1972-
Stewart, Jennifer, 1965-
|Description||85 p. : graphs|
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|Subject terms|| Commissions of inquiry |
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