Indigenous 'self-government' in Canada: The Bathurst Mandate

Jull, Peter (2000) Indigenous 'self-government' in Canada: The Bathurst Mandate. Indigenous Law Bulletin, 4 27: 14-18.

Author Jull, Peter
Title Indigenous 'self-government' in Canada: The Bathurst Mandate
Formatted title
Indigenous 'self-government' in Canada: The Bathurst Mandate
Journal name Indigenous Law Bulletin
ISSN 1328-5475
Publication date 2000-02
Sub-type Article (original research)
Volume 4
Issue 27
Start page 14
End page 18
Total pages 5
Place of publication Sydney, NSW, Australia
Publisher Indigenous Law Centre, UNSW
Collection year 2000
Language eng
Subject C1
360102 Comparative Government and Politics
780106 Political science and public policy
Formatted abstract
The Bathurst Mandate is a statement of priorities developed in a series of workshops held by the Cabinet of the new government of Nunavut, Canada's Inuit territory which became self-governing in April 1999.' The document was unveiled on October 21, 1999, although the opening speech in Nunavut's Westminster-style Parliament the previous day (the so-called 'Speech from the Throne'), was based largely on this document.

Q-Index Code C1

Document type: Journal Article
Sub-type: Article (original research)
Collection: Rotary Centre for International Studies in Peace and Conflict Resolution Publications
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