Diamonds are for Dogribs; Canada's First Nations

Alternate Title
Diamonds are for Dogribs; Canada's First Nations.(A Canadian first nation wins a land claim)
On August 25, 2003 Prime Minister Chretien signed the Tlicho Treaty, the second recent Treaty agreement in Canada; it provides for self-government and mineral wealth to the Tlicho First Nation of Rae Edzo and traditional land adjacent to two diamond mines.
Open Access
Primary Source
The Economist (US), vol. 368, no. 8339, August 30, 2003, p. 26
Publication Date
First Nation, Metis, Inuit Locations
Resource Type
Articles -- Scholarly, peer reviewed
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