By Warren Magnusson, Karena Shaw
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Based on what authority? Democratic? If so, expressing whose will? The local people’s? ) Provincial voters’? International consumers’? Perhaps it should be decided on scientific authority? But whose science would be used? Interpreted or practiced by whom? These questions provoked others: Who did 28 • Karena Shaw “own” Clayoquot? What was Clayoquot “for”? Should it be put to the “use” of local people? Should its wealth fill provincial coffers? Shareholders’ pockets? Nuu-chah-nulth economies? Ecotourist operators’ accounts?
Now in government, they have scheduled a referendum to establish new principles for negotiation. Natives have denounced the referendum, and urged people to boycott it. 15. pdf for information on the growth of tourism in the region. net/~pacrimtourist/). bcstats. pdf indicates that tourism is catching up to forestry, in terms of its contribution to the BC economy. 16. The province generally has jurisdiction over lands and forests, whereas the federal government controls coastal fisheries. “Indians and Indian Lands” are under federal jurisdiction, but most of the land that could be used to settle outstanding native claims belongs to the province; therefore, as a practical matter, the province is involved in aboriginal affairs.