Publications

Book

Contemporary Métis Governance and Politics in Canada, with K. Saunders. Forthcoming.

Articles

“Comment faire communauté autrement au sein de l’État anglodominant canadien ? Le cas des Fransaskois,” Politique et société 2018, à paraître.

Promesse inachevée, mais non-oubliée : la place des droits linguistiques au sein du pacte confédératif,” avec J. Dubois, Bulletin d’histoire politique 262, Janvier 2018, 171-190.

The Fransaskois’ Journey from Survival to Empowerment through Governance,” Canadian Political Science Review 11,1, 2017, 37-60,

“Rebuilding Indigenous nations through constitutional development: a case study of the Métis in Canada,” with K. Saunders, Nations and Nationalism 23, 2, 2017.

“Explaining the Resurgence of Métis Self-Government: Making the Most of ‘Windows of Opportunity’,” with K. Saunders, Canadian Public Administration
60, 1, March 2017.

“First Nation Self-Government in Saskatchewan: The Dream versus The Reality,” Nouvelles pratiques sociales 27, 1, 2014, 31-49.

« Le projet politique fransaskois : Cent ans d’existence» Canadian Ethnic Studies Journal/Études ethniques au Canada 46, 2, June 2014, 99-112.

“’Just Do It!’ Carving out a Space for the Métis in Canadian Federalism,” with Kelly Saunders, Canadian Journal of Political Science 46, 1, March 2013, 187-214.

“Beyond Territory: Revisiting the Normative Justification of Self-Government in Theory and Practice,” International Indigenous Policy Journal 2, 2, June 2011, 1-10.

Book Chapters

“Unfinished Business: Bringing the Métis into Confederation,” with K. Saunders, in Surviving Canada: Indigenous Peoples Celebrate 150 Years of Betrayal, 51-60. Winnipeg: ARP, 2017.

“Métis-Provincial-Federal Relations: Building Multilevel Governance from the Bottom Up,” in Canada: The State of the Federation 2013. Aboriginal Multilevel Governance, eds. M. Papillon and A. Juneau, 189-214. Kingston: McGill-Queen’s University Press, 2015.

“From Service Providers to Decision Makers: Continuing the Métis’ Pursuit of Self-Government in Saskatchewan,” in Métis in Canada: Identity, History, Law and Politics, eds. C. Adams, G. Dahl and I. Peach, 433-462. Edmonton: University of Alberta Press, 2013.

Other

The Emerging Policy Relationship between Canada and the Métis Nation,” Institute of Research on Public Policy, 2018.

Justin Trudeau et le fédéralisme de réconciliationJustin Trudeau and Reconciliatory Federalism,” avec/with G. Laforest, Options politiques/Policy Options, 2017

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