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Preferences, perceptions, and veto players: explaining devolution negotiation outcomes in the Canadian territorial north

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2013

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Alcantara, Christopher, 2013, Preferences, perceptions, and veto players: explaining devolution negotiation outcomes in the Canadian territorial north: The Polar Record, v. 49, no. 2, p. 167-179.

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ABSTRACT Since the early part of the 20th century, the federal government has engaged in a long and slow process of devolution in the Canadian Arctic. Although the range of powers devolved to the territorial governments has been substantial over the years, the federal government still maintains control over the single most important jurisdiction in the region, territorial lands and resources, which it controls in two of the three territories, the Northwest Territories and Nunavut. This fact is significant for territorial governments because gaining jurisdiction over their lands and resources is seen as necessary for dramatically improving the lives of residents and governments in the Canadian north. Relying on archival materials, secondary [...]

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3397 record import test
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NWBLCC-20160406.xml

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