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  Institutions > The Indian Act and Indian Timber REgulations
  Westman, C. 2005. Tutelage, development, and legitimacy: A brief critique of Canada's Indian Reserve forest management regime. Canadian Journal of Native Studies 25(1): 207-214.

"Canada's management regime for forested Indian Reserve lands has attracted criticism from an array of sources since at least the mid-1980s, but has resisted change. The 1994-95 illegal logging on the Stoney Indian Reserves demonstrates problems with the existing regime." (Abstract)

This article is a brief summary of Westman's Major Paper for his Master in Environmental Studies at York University. It is not available on-line at present. The publishing journal provides online access to older back issues.