JSGS 863
Indigenous Peoples and Public Policy

This course begins with the historic framework for contemporary public policy established by treaties, reserves and legislation. Then it examines contemporary developments, including constitutional negotiations, influential court case, urbanization, comprehensive claims and self-government implementation. This course is intended to provide a basis for critically assessing political and administrative decision making and policy outcomes.

Course Offerings

Term 3 - Spring/Summer 2018 (2017/18 Academic Year) (Tentative)

  • U of S

    Registration #: 41122
    Instructor(s): Ken Coates
    Day: May 14 – 25: Monday through Friday
    Time: 8:30 am – 12:30 pm
    Room: DIEF 137

Term 1 - Fall 2018 - (2018/19 Academic Year) (Tentative)

  • U of S

    Instructor(s): Ken Coates
    Day: Block
    Time: TBC
    Room: TBD