Treaty Talks in British Columbia
140 pages, 6 x 9
Release Date:01 Nov 2007
Release Date:01 Nov 2007

Treaty Talks in British Columbia

Negotiating a Mutually Beneficial Future

UBC Press
In this book, Christopher McKee traces the origins and development of treaty negotiations in British Columbia. Through examination of Native peoples’concerns, such as their role in natural resource development and the issue of compensation for lands and resources lost to industry and urban development, he analyzes conflicting points of view on the treaty-making process and suggests alternatives for a consensus.
Christopher McKee is a political scientist at the University of British Columbia. He works as a consultant for federal and provincial governments in Canada, various aboriginal groups, and several multinational firms.

1 Prelude to the Treaty-Making Process

2 The Process of Treaty-Making

3 The Issues to be Negotiated

4 The Treaty-Making Process Considered

5 The Future of Treaty-Making



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