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A quiet evolution

JS1710.A43
2016

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A quiet evolution : the emergence of indigenous-local intergovernmental partnerships in Canada

Alcantara, Christopher, 1978-, author.

2016.

xviii, 159 pages : illustrations, maps ; 24 cm.

"In A Quiet Evolution, Christopher Alcantara and Jen Nelles look closely at hundreds of agreements from across Canada and at four case studies drawn from Ontario, Quebec, and Yukon Territory to explore relationships between Indigenous and local governments. By analyzing the various ways in which they work together, the authors provide an original, transferable framework for studying any type of intergovernmental partnership at the local level. Timely and accessible, A Quiet Evolution is a call to politicians, policymakers and citizens alike to encourage Indigenous and local governments to work towards mutually beneficial partnerships."-- Provided by publisher.

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020 ISBN   $a ISBN  978-1-44263114-4
    $q   (cloth)
040 Cataloging Src   $a Original cataloging agency  NhCcYBP
    $b Language of cataloging  eng
    $e Description conventions  rda
    $c Transcribing agency  NhCcYBP
050 LC Call No $a Classification number  JS1710
    $b Item number  .A43 2016
100 ME:PersonalName 1   $a Personal name  Alcantara, Christopher,
    $d Dates associated with a name  1978-,
    $e Relator term  author.
245 Title 12  $a Title  A quiet evolution :
    $b Remainder of title  the emergence of indigenous-local intergovernmental partnerships in Canada /
    $c Statement of responsibility  Christopher Alcantara and Jen Nelles.
246 VaryingTitle 3   $a Title proper/short title  Emergence of indigenous-local intergovernmental partnerships in Canada
260 PublicationInfo   $c Date of publication, dist, etc  2016.
264 ProductnNotice $a Place of prod/dist/manuf.  Toronto :
    $b Name of prod./pub./dist./man.  University of Toronto Press,
    $c Date of prod/dist/manuf/copyrt  2016
300 Physical Desc   $a Extent  xviii, 159 pages :
    $b Other physical details  illustrations, maps ;
    $c Dimensions  24 cm.
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490 SeriesStatement 1   $a Series statement  Institute of Public Administration of Canada series in public management and governance
504 BibliogrphyNote   $a Bibliography, etc. note  Includes bibliographical references (pages 143-152) and index.
505 505 0   $a 505  Indigenous-local agreements in Canada : an analysis of regional and historical trends -- The roots of collective action : a theoretical framework -- Business as usual : Sault Ste Marie, Garden River, and Batchewan -- Strong synergy : village of Teslin and Teslin Tlingit Council -- In the loop : village of Haines Junction and Champagne and Aishihik First Nations -- Agreement-centred : regional municipality of Les Basques and Malécite de Viger First Nation.
520 Summary   $a Summary, etc. note  "In A Quiet Evolution, Christopher Alcantara and Jen Nelles look closely at hundreds of agreements from across Canada and at four case studies drawn from Ontario, Quebec, and Yukon Territory to explore relationships between Indigenous and local governments. By analyzing the various ways in which they work together, the authors provide an original, transferable framework for studying any type of intergovernmental partnership at the local level. Timely and accessible, A Quiet Evolution is a call to politicians, policymakers and citizens alike to encourage Indigenous and local governments to work towards mutually beneficial partnerships."--
    $c   Provided by publisher.
590 590   $a 590  This title is part of the Indigenous Perspectives Collection at the Bora Laskin Law Library.
650 Subj. $a Topical heading  Indigenous peoples
    $z Geographical subdivision  Canada
    $x General subdivisoin  Politics and government
    $v   Case studies.
650 Subj. $a Topical heading  Regionalism
    $z Geographical subdivision  Canada
    $v   Case studies.
650 Subj. $a Topical heading  Local government
    $z Geographical subdivision  Canada.
700 AE:PersName 1   $a Personal name  Nelles, Jen,
    $d Dates of flourishing  1979-,
    $e Relator  author.
730 730 0   $a 730  Indigenous perspectives collection.
830 830 $a 830  Institute of Public Administration of Canada series in public management and governance.
852 Holdings   $a Location  221
    $h Classification part  JS1710.A43 2016
    $p Barcode  219922
    $9 Cost  $26.00

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