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Collection « Les sciences sociales contemporaines »

Reflections on the James Bay and Northen Qubec Agreement. (2002)
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Une édition électronique réalisée à partir du livre sous la direction d'Alain G. Gagnon et Guy Rocher, Reflections on the James Bay and Northen Qubec Agreement. Montréal: Québec Amérique, Éditeur, 2002, 286 pp. [Autorisation accordée par l'auteur, vendredi le 17 mars 2006, de diffuser tous ses travaux.]

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Table of Contents

Acknowledgment [7]

Preface [9]


Background Articles

1. Eric Courdeau, “Genesis of the James Bay and Northern Quebec Agreement.” [17]
2. Eric Courdeau, “Synthesis of the James Bay and Northern Quebec Agreement.” [25]
3. René Morin, “The James Bay and Northern Quebec Agreement and the Development of Aboriginal Rights.” [39]

Territorial Development

Introductory Note [51]

4. George Berthe, “Territorial Development in the James Bay and Northern Quebec Agreement: An Inuit Perspective.” [53]
5. Albert W. Diamond, “Territorial Development in the James Bay and Northern Quebec Agreement: A Cree Perspective.” [57]
6. Armand Couture, “Programs of Social and Economic Development from Sections 28, 29 and 30 of the Agreement.” [63]
7. Bernard Mathieu, “Territorial Development in the James Bay and Northern Quebec Agreement: the James Bay Native Development Corporation (JBNDC) Case.” [69]
8. Gerald Lemoyne, “Does the Agreement Prevent us from Doing any Development?” [73]

Marc-Adélard Tremblay and Jules Dufour, “Summary of the Session of the Colloquium.” [81]

The Environment

Introductory Note [89]

9. Daniel Berrouard, “The Environmental Protection Regime.” [91]
10. Benoît Taillon, “Reflections on the Management of Environmental Issues in Northern Quebec.” [97]
11. Roger Lanoue, “The Partnership in the Development of Northern Resources: The Example of Hydroelectricity.” [103]
12. Michael Barrett, “The Environment in the James Bay and Northern Quebec Agreement: An Inuit Perspective.” [109]
13. Alan Penn, “Environment and Future Development.” [119]

Guy Rocher and Marc Rioux, “Summary of the Session of the Colloquium.” [129]

Gouvernance

Introductory Note [135]

14. Renee Dupuis, “The James Bay and Northern Quebec Agreement: an Agreement signed in the 20th century in the spirit of 18th Century British Colonial Policy.” [137]
15. Harry Tulugak, “Governance in the James Bay and Northern Quebec Agreement: an Inuit Perspective.” [145]
16. Philip Awashish, “Some Reflections on Eeyou Governance and the James Bay and Northern Quebec Agreement.” [153]
17. Pierre Champagne, “Governance and the James Bay and Northern Quebec Agreement (JBNQA).” [165]

Allen Gabriel, Gail Valaskakis and Sophie Lemoyne-Dessaint, “Summary of the Session of the Colloquium.” [171]

Implementation

Introductory Note [177]

18. Louis-Edmond Hamelin, “The Agreement and Quebec : Totality, Polity and Behaviour.” [179]
19. Anthony Ittoshat, “Implementation in the James Bay and Northern Quebec Agreement: An Inuit perspective.” [191]
20. Eric Courdeau, “The Quebec State and the Implementation Under the James Bay and Northern Quebec Agreement.” [199]
21. Guy Mc Kenzie, “The Implementation of the James Bay and Northern Quebec Agreement and Chronology of Important Events.” [203]
Louis Bernard and Marie-Agnes Thellier, “Summary of the Session of the Colloquium.” [211]

Paul Francis Wilkinson and Brigitte Masella, “Summary of the Round Table with the Agreement Signatories.” [217]
Speeches of the Arboriginal Leaders given during the Colloquium

Pita Attami Speech [223]
Ted Moses Speech [229]

Annex

A - Brief Chronology [239]
B - Statistics on the Beneficiaries of the Agreement [251]
C - Bibliography [259]
D - Notes on the Contributors [269]
E -Acronyms and Symbols [273]

Index

Thematic Index [275]
Name Index [279]

Maps

A. Nunavik Map [283]
B. Map of the Cree Communities [284]
C. Map of the 11 Aboriginal Nations of Quebec [285]
D. Map of the JBNQA Territory [287]


Retour au texte de l'auteur: Jean-Marc Fontan, sociologue, UQAM Dernière mise à jour de cette page le lundi 21 novembre 2016 15:49
Par Jean-Marie Tremblay, sociologue,
professeur associé, Université du Québec à Chicoutimi.
 
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