Indigenous-Municipal Legal and Governance Relationships By Doug Anderson & Alexandra Flynn
(2021) From the Paper: “Close to half of all Indigenous Peoples in Canada live in urban areas. Although the Canadian constitution and case law set out the responsibilities of provincial and federal governments to Indigenous Peoples, they shed little light on the relationships between Indigenous communities and municipalities. This paper describes evolving Canadian municipal relationships with Indigenous Peoples and calls attention to an urgent need to review Indigenous municipal relationships across Canada.”
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