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VOLUME 1, ISSUE 1

The Artist

Editor's Comments

Best Practices: Learning from Experience

FIRST NATIONS BANK OF CANADA
Interview with Mr. Keith Martell, Chair of the Board of Directors

KELLY J. LENDSAY

Lessons from CANDO Recognition Award Winners

KEVIN FITZMAURICE

Lessons from Research

FIRST NATIONS ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
The Meadow Lake Tribal Council

ROBERT ANDERSON AND ROBERT M. BONE

The Lockean Basis of Iroquoian Land Ownership

JOHN BISHOP

A VOICE AND A PLAN
Key Steps toward Economic Development

MARGARET WANLIN

CULTURALLY SENSITIVE DEVELOPMENT FOR NORTHERN PEOPLES-
Canadian Experiences, Russian Opportunities

HEATHER MYERS

PRIMARY INFORMATION EXERCISES AS A MOTIVATIONAL METHOD FOR TEACHING THEORY AND PRACTICE
Lessons from the Shuswap Nation's SFU/SCES Community Economic Development Theory Course

STEPHEN AMEYAW

The Development of the Aboriginal Economy over the Next 20 Years

DAVID NEWHOUSE

Reviews of Current Books and Literature

Book Review of Peter D. Elias, Northern Aboriginal Communities: Economies and Development

ROBERT M. BONE

Book Review of Frank Tough, 'As Their Resources Fail' Native Peoples and the Economic History of Northern Manitoba 1870-1930

DAVID NEWHOUSE

The Royal Commissionon Aboriginal Peoples

HISTORICAL ECONOMIC PERSPECTIVES OF ABORIGINAL PEOPLES
Cycles of Balance and Partnership

KELLY J. LENDSAY AND WANDA WUTTUNEE

THE ROYAL COMMISSION REPORT
Nine Steps to Rebuild Aboriginal Economies

FRED WIEN

ABORIGINAL ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT: Overview

JOHN MCCALLUM

THE COST OF DOING NOTHING: A Call to Action

CHARLES COFFEY

CANDO Statement on the Economic Development Recommendations of the Royal Commission on Aboriginal Peoples

DAVID NEWHOUSE AND CORINNE MOUNT PLEASANT-JETTÉ

Statement of Minister of Indian Affairs and Northern Development

HONOURABLE JANE STEWART

Statement of Grand Chief of the Assembly of First Nations

GRAND CHIEF PHIL FONTAINE