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Public Record - Implementation of Aboriginal Land Claims (Part 5 of 6)


Proceedings of the conference "Redefining Relationships: Learning from a Decade of Land Claims Implementation," in Ottawa, Ont., November 11–14, 2003, held to discuss the future of land claims implementation in Canada.

In this November 13th session, panelists present conclusions from their various working groups on economic measures, resource management, self-governance, fiscal relationships, and legal perspectives. The panellists are John Donihee (John Donihee Law Offices), Edward Allen (Nisga’a Lisims Government), Richard Paton (Nunavut Tunngavik Inc.), Andrew Gamble (N.W.T. Aboriginal Summit), and Ron Doering (Gowlings).


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