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VOLUME 2, ISSUE 2

The Artist

Editor's Comments

Best Practices Learning from Experience

Who Are We? Reflections on Healthy Communities and Economies
WANDA WUTTUNEE

CANDO Aboriginal Economic Development Recognition Awards
WANDA WUTTUNEE AND WARREN WEIR

ECONOMIC DEVELOPER OF THE YEAR AWARD — September 28, 2000 Speech to the CANDO National Economic Development Conference, Yellowknife, N.W.T.
CHIEF CLARENCE LOUIE

Rama Five Years Later: A Discussion on the Advantages and Pitfalls of Aboriginal Gaming in Ontario — An Interview with Casino- Rama Director of First Nations Affairs, Kevin Wassegijig
YALE D. BELANGER

Lessons from Research

The Morality of Aboriginal Gaming: A Concept in the Process of Definition
YALE D. BELANGER

An Overview of the Gambling Provisions in Canadian Criminal Law and First Nations Gambling
HAL PRUDEN

First Nations Gambling Policy in Canada
ROBIN KELLEY

Gambling On Casinos
ALISON DUBOIS, JOHN LOXLEY AND WANDA A. WUTTUNEE

Casino as Cash Cow A Cautionary Tale?
MARGO LITTLE

Gaming and IGRA: A Tool for Self-determination or Elimination
PAULA SHERMAN

Aboriginal Gaming in Canada: A Literature Review and Suggestions
for Research
YALE D. BELANGER

Reviews of Current Books and Literature

Book Review of Jim Silver, Solutions that Work: Fighting Poverty in Winnipeg
ERIC SHRAGGE

Book Review of Alan Cairns, Citizen’s Plus: Aboriginal Peoples and the Canadian Nation State and Thomas Flanagan, First Nations? Second Thoughts
YALE D. BELANGER

The Royal Commission on Aboriginal Peoples

Renewing the Relationship A Perspective on the Impact of the Royal Commission on Aboriginal Peoples
MARLENE BRANT CASTELLANO.