Aggregation and First Nation Governance

DOWNLOAD |   The author describes various approaches to achieving aggregation, canvasses the range of arguments for promoting more aggregation and concludes that the most compelling rationales revolve around achieving good governance. Developing effective regulatory systems that separate the regulator from operations and managing other provincial-like responsibilities such as certain kinds of redress, revenue equalization, administration of the courts, and property tax assessment are examples of governance rationales for promoting aggregation in the form of a two tier system of government.

Author: John Graham

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