2 edition of Métis-Crown relations found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Frederica Wilson & Melanie Mallet, editors.|
|Contributions||Wilson, Frederica., Mallet, Melanie.|
|LC Classifications||KE7749.M48 M48 2008|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xviii, 500 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||500|
|LC Control Number||2009424417|
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Book Details Title Métis-Crown Relations. Subtitle Rights, Identity, Jurisdiction, and Governance. Contributors Frederica Wilson, Melanie Mallet. Publisher Irwin Law.
Publication date Pages Print ISBN eBook ISBN LC Subjects Métis - Legal. This book examines the evolving relationship between the Crown (ie. federal and provincial governments) and Canada's Métis people.
It is comprised of papers presented to a national symposium jointly sponsored by the former Law Commission of Canada and the Métis National Council in Winnipeg in February Format: Paperback.
Metis-Crown Relations Rights, Identity, Jurisdiction, and Governance Edited by Frederica Wilson and Melanie Mallet. This book examines the evolving relationship between the Crown (ie federal and provinicial governments) and Canada's Metis people.
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