IOG Policy Brief No. 18: Aggregation and First Nation Governance

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Author: John Graham

This brief re-evaluates the standard arguments for the various models of aggregation in light of international and local experience, and provides new rationales for aggregation based on good governance criteria. The purpose is to draw out the chief policy implications for First Nation governance both in the short and long term.

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Institute on Governance

Institute on Governance

Founded in 1990, the Institute on Governance (IOG) is an independent, Canada-based, not-for-profit public interest institution with its head office in Ottawa and an office in Toronto. Our mission is ‘advancing better governance in the public interest,’ which we accomplish by exploring, developing and promoting the principles, standards and practices which underlie good governance in the public sphere, both in Canada and abroad.

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