Principles for Treaty Making
— Published on February 1, 2000
Notwithstanding all of the well-publicized difficulties, it is clear that the business of treaty making with aboriginal tribes will continue in Canada, and especially in British Columbia. For those who are concerned with the course of the current process, there is an obligation to suggest alternate approaches. In discussing this, a few caveats should be noted at the beginning.
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