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First Nations and Self-Determination Is Tied to Resource Development
Resource development has been a part of First Nations’ participation in the global economy. Many communities negotiate the way these projects fit into their own values, practices and goal for self-determination.
What Place Does Development Have in the Lives of Aboriginals?
For Aboriginal communities, traditional values and knowledge should be at the forefront of development projects.
Increasing Voter Turnout Among Aboriginal Peoples Is a Complex Task
Increasing the voter turnout of First Nations in Ontario requires more than merely changing the electoral system in Ontario. Low voter turnout of Aboriginal peoples isn’t simply a matter of voter apathy or alienation, as ...
Reconciling Aboriginal Peoples with the Rest of Canada Through Engagement
Aboriginal reconciliation is an important goal. But litigation and negotiation are slow, difficult processes. Increasing Aboriginal engagement in voting and land claim negotiations is also a difficult task, but efforts at ...