Chapter Eleven: Shifting Foundations: a Political History of Canadian Mineral Policy

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1 Exceptions include the Canadian northern territories, where authority over mining has been devolving from the federal government to the territorial and First Nations governments and other areas of Canada where some comprehensive agreements have been settled with First Nations. (See chapter 12).

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