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Aboriginal Participation in Major Resource Development Opportunities [Public Policy Forum]

Publisher: 
Public Policy Forum
Year of publication: 
2012

"This national roundtable series convened leaders from Canada’s natural resources sector, Aboriginal communities and the public sector. The themes and issues discussed are summarized in the attached documents. A number of key themes were reflected in the dialogue, including: Labour Market Development; Community Readiness; Financing and Financial Literacy; Partnerships and Collaboration; Measurements of Success; Best Practices and Case Studies."

Engaging aboriginal populations in collaborative planning: an evaluation of a two-tiered collaborative planning model for land and resource management [Journal of Environmental Planning & Management]

Publisher: 
Journal of Environmental Planning & Management
Year of publication: 
2012

"This paper evaluates an innovative two-tiered model of collaborative planning designed to increase participation of First Nations in resource and environmental planning in British Columbia, Canada. Like a one-tiered model, the two-tiered model engages stakeholders in face-to-face negotiations to develop a consensus plan. However, to finalize an agreement, recommendations from the first tier are then sent to a second tier of negotiations that includes only two parties – First Nations and the provincial government.

Events and Important Dates [Mi’kmaw Economic Benefits Office, MEBO ]

Publisher: 
Mi’kmaw Economic Benefits Office
Year of publication: 
2019

List of events and important dates held by the Mi’kmaw Economic Benefits Office .

Community Updates [Unama'ki Economic Benefits Office]

Publisher: 
Unama'ki Economic Benefits Office
Year of publication: 
2009

A list of community updates, highlighting local companies, economic successes and Aboriginal business development.

About Mi’kmaw Economic Benefits Office [Mi’kmaw Economic Benefits Office, MEBO ]

Publisher: 
Mi’kmaw Economic Benefits Office
Year of publication: 
2010

"The five First Nation communities in Cape Breton, Unama’ki in the Mi’kmaq language (pronounced Una Mauki), have formed a unique economic partnership and established a collaborative approach to economic development that is becoming recognized across Canada. They recognized the importance of taking a business approach to pursuing economic opportunities and the importance of partnering with business and governments. This office is the result."

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by Dr. Radut