Publisher: University of Calgary Press (January 30, 2005)
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New proprietors of their personal Land : Minerals and Inuit Land Claims is a well-researched remedy of the institutional, political, and private conflicts that guided the method of Nunavut land declare negotiations. McPherson rigorously considers the relationship among source improvement stemming from the times of oil and fuel exploration within the Arctic within the Nineteen Sixties and the Inuit's resulting conflict for self-determination. He outlines the federal government's "business-as-usual" tactic in pushing exploration extra north onto Inuit territory and sheds mild on precisely how the precedent-settling contract used to be completed wherein the Inuit controlled to turn into proprietors of the mineral claims on their lonesome land.New vendors of their personal : Minerals and Inuit Land Claims Land discusses the lengthy, old dispute over the land choice technique with appreciate to subsurface rights inside of Nunavut utilizing current learn, interviews, and private diaries. The author's own account of his involvement as a mineral advisor for the Inuit negotiators offers a unprecedented and certain point of view on Inuit self-determination and exploration historical past within the North.