Northern Governments in Transition: Political and Constitutional Development in the Yukon, Nunavut and the Western Northwest Territories
Kirk Cameron and Graham White
1995 | 151 pages
Canada’s North has changed—dramatically. Newly created Nunavut, the settlement of massive Yukon land claims, Aboriginal self-government, and the division of the Northwest Territories are changing a century of governance. As the authors examine the issues, we see the political institutions of the North are quite unlike those in southern Canada. We are fascinated by the unique political processes involved and the distinct paths the peoples of this diverse region are following toward their political goals.