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Over the last thirty years Canadian policy on aboriginal issues has come to be dominated by an ideology that sees aboriginal peoples as ""nations"" entitled to specific rights. Indians and Inuit now enjoy legal privileges that include the inherent right to self-government, collective property…read more

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The authors not only investigate the current forms of property rights on reservations but also expose the limitations of each system, showing that customary rights are insecure, certificates of possession cannot be sold outside the First Nation, and leases are temporary. As well, analysis of…read more

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In five years, Stephen Harper went from private citizen to prime minister of Canada. Tom Flanagan was his chief campaign organizer for most of that period. In Harper's Team, Flanagan tells the story of Harper's rise to power - how a small group of colleagues, with little experience in national…read more

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Harper's team fought four campaigns in five years: two leadership races and two national elections. Through trial and error - and determination - they learned to combine the Reform Party's strength in grassroots politics with the Progressive Conservative expertise in advertising and media…read more

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Flanagan shows that this orthodoxy enriches a small elite of activists, politicians, administrators, and well-connected entrepreneurs, while bringing further misery to the very people it is supposed to help. Controversial and thought-provoking, First Nations? Second Thoughts dissects the…read more

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From an acclaimed professor and former advisor to Prime Minister Stephen Harper, a passionate and edgy defense of free speech in Canada, and the role the internet plays in the issue.      In February 2013, Tom Flanagan, acclaimed academic, University of Calgary…read more

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Harper's team fought four campaigns in five years: two leadership races and two national elections. Through trial and error - and determination - they learned to combine the Reform Party's strength in grassroots politics with the Progressive Conservative expertise in advertising and media…read more

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The authors not only investigate the current forms of property rights on reservations but also expose the limitations of each system, showing that customary rights are insecure, certificates of possession cannot be sold outside the First Nation, and leases are temporary. As well, analysis of…read more

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The authors not only investigate the current forms of property rights on reservations but also expose the limitations of each system showing that customary rights are insecure certificates of possession cannot be sold outside the First Nation and leases are temporary. As well analysis of…read more

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The authors not only investigate the current forms of property rights on reservations but also expose the limitations of each system, showing that customary rights are insecure, certificates of possession cannot be sold outside the First Nation, and leases are temporary. As well, analysis of…read more

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From an acclaimed professor and former advisor to Prime Minister Stephen Harper, a passionate and edgy defense of free speech in Canada, and the role the internet plays in the issue. In February 2013, Tom Flanagan, acclaimed academic, University of Calgary professor, and former advisor to Prime…read more

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arg1-9782894486825.html Les Premières Nations du Canada n'ont pas fini de retenir l'attention avec leurs réclamations territoriales controversées. Leurs terres sont encore gérées selon la Loi sur les Indiens de 1876 et personne ne semble vouloir rouvrir…read more