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Spiritual Life, Governance, Culture, Traditions, Resources, Context and Background
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Governance

Governmental Law

Territorial Law

Self Governance

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Chief Poundmaker, Cree Nation, and journalists Governance is the way in which authority and power was experienced in the Aboriginal context but is differs significantly from western notions of power and authority vested in government. This section presents Governmental Law, Legislation and Self-Governance.


Featured Article: Report on Valentin Végreville’s Monograph of the Cree


 

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