Northern Aboriginal Communities
Economies and Development

Peter Douglas Elias    (Ed.)

Captus University Publications, ISBN 978-1-895712-37-7 (1995)
280 pages, 500 g, 7.25 X 9.25, $32.00 (US$25.60)
 

Ideal for courses on Native People in Canada and for special topics courses in First Nations community development.

Perhaps more than any other region, the North has interested researchers and development professionals as the part of Canada where aboriginal people have the greatest potential to create self-reliant communities based on aboriginal ways of doing things.

Northern Aboriginal Communities: Economies and Development, as a collection of case studies and articles, shows the aboriginal peoples' initiative in overcoming economic obstacles to self-reliance. This book is of special interest to educators, researchers, decision-makers, students and others with an interest in native people in Canada.

Table of Contents   top

  • Introduction to the Volume
  • Part One

    • Northern Economies (Peter Douglas Elias)

    Part Two

    • The Resource Co-Management Regime in the Inuvialuit Settlement Region (Claudia Notzke)
    • Managing Mishtuk: The Experience of Waswanipi Band in Developing and Managing a Forestry Company (Ignatius E. La Rusic)

    Part Three

    • Coral Harbour, NWT (Katherine Beaty Chiste and Gabriele Ferrazzi)
    • The Fate of Yukon Salmon Fisheries (David Murray)
    • Vantut Gwich'in Zzeh Khut Housing Society (Carlyle Jansen)

    Part Four

    • Note on the Canadian Fur Industry
    • Nipissing Indian Band #10: Economic Development Strategy (Gabriele Ferrazzi)
    • Northern Emak Outfitting Inc. (Wanda Wuttunee)
    • Paddle Prairie Mall Corporation (Wanda Wuttunee)
    • Western Arctic Air Ltd. (Wanda Wuttunee)

    Part Five

    • Annotated Bibliography

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