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Queen's University

Institute of Intergovernmental Relations

Reconfiguring Aboriginal-State Relations: Canada State of the Federation 2003

November 1-2, 2002 - Queen's University, Kingston

Panel 1 Setting the Context
  (Chair, Queen's)
  Peter Russell (Toronto)
  Emerging From the Shadows: The Evolution of Aboriginal Governance in Canada from 1969 to 2002
  Geographies of Urban Aboriginal Peoples in Canada
Evelyn Peters (Saskatchewan)
  Self-determination, Citizenship, and Federalism as Palimpsest
David Newhouse (Trent)
Panel 2 Urban and Off-Reserve Dimensions
  Douglas Brown (Chair, Queen's)
  (Government of Saskatchewan)

Another voice is needed: Intergovernmentalism in the Urban Aboriginal Context
(Canada West Foundation) (Canada West Foundation)

  Challenges to Urban Aboriginal Governance
(Osgoode Hall, York)
  Courting Colonialism: Contemporary Metis Communities and the Canadian Judicial Imagination
Panel 3 Sectoral Case Studies
  James Kelly (Chair, Brock)
  Paddy Meade (Governement of Alberta)
  Adrian Tanner (Memorial)
  Co-management and the Politics of Aboriginal Consent to Resource Management
  Contextualizing the Duty to Consult: Clarification or Transformation?
(Dalhousie University) & Ronalda Murphy (Dalhousie)
  Governance of Criminal Justice

Self-Government and The Growth of First Nations Child and Family Services

Panel 4  New and Emerging Approaches to Governance
  (Chair, Queen's)
  From Board to Nation Governance: Eeyou Governance and Economic Development in Eeyou Istchee
(Grand Council of the Crees)
  Nunavut and Intergovernmental Relations
  Paying for Self- Determination: Aboriginal Peoples, Self-Government and Fiscal Relations in Canada
(Carleton) (Victoria)
  Rebuilding the Relationship – The ‘Made in Saskatchewan Approach to First Nations Governance

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