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The next generation of Indigenous self-government in Yukon

The next generation of Indigenous self-government in Yukon

Indigenous treaties are enormously significant for both First Nations groups and Canada. These treaties are constitutionally recognized agreements that lay out the relationship between Indigenous Peoples and Canada, where Yukon is a leader in treaty-making. Out of the 14 Indigenous groups that...

COVID-19 and Canadian federalism

COVID-19 and Canadian federalism

COVID-19 has tested Canada’s intergovernmental system. With the stakes as high as they are, it’s crucial that all levels of government continue to meet, communicate, and try to work together. To make that process a little easier, this week’s...

A resilient federation?

A resilient federation?

Charles Breton, Jörg Broschek, Stéphanie Chouinard and Alain Noël discuss the Throne Speech and its implications for Canadian federalism.

Message from the IRPP president

Message from the IRPP president

Dear friend, Like you, we at the IRPP are adapting to the new realities of the COVID-19 outbreak. Our first priority is the safety and good health of our staff, collaborators and audience. Our staff are working remotely, and...