Shaping Arctic Policy: The Minutes of the Eskimo Affairs Committee, 1952-1962

Peter Clancy, P. Whitney Lackenbauer
Content Type
Centre for Military, Security and Strategic Studies
During the 1950s, the Eskimo Affairs Committee played a significant role in shaping a new set of policy initiatives that Ottawa was framing toward Inuit. The record of the committee’s activities offers important insight into development-administration in-the-making, covering a wide swatch of issues from education to health care, the case for a new field administration, proposals for expanded credit channels, and measures to extend the scope of wage employment and small manufacturing.
Education, Health Care Policy, Employment, Eskimo Affairs
Political Geography
Canada, North America, Arctic