No Place for Fairness: Indigenous Land Rights and Policy in the Bear Island Case and Beyond 9780773576599

Examining the Bear Island land claim case as a benchmark in Aboriginal land rights and land policy.

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No Place for Fairness: Indigenous Land Rights and Policy in the Bear Island Case and Beyond
 9780773576599

Table of contents :
Contents
Preface
Introduction
1 Meeting Places and Negotiations, 1763–1850s
2 First Nations and British Imperial “Civilization” Policy in the Early Nineteenth Century
3 Stories of Teme-Augama Anishnabai Land Rights and the Robinson Huron Treaty of 1850 and Its Aftermath
4 “Don’t fix it”: Reflections on Ontario Aboriginal Policy and Processes, 1976–1984
5 The Bear Island Trial, the Steele Judgement, and the First Settlement Offer, 1982–1986
6 Bear Island and Land Rights under a Liberal Majority, 1986–1988
7 The Temagami Blockade of 1988
8 The 1989 Blockades and the 1990 Treaty of Co-Existence
9 Oka and the Blockades in Northern Ontario, Summer 1990
10 Reflections since the 1990s
Retrospect: Towards a Place for Fairness
Acronyms
Notes
Bibliography
Index
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