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First Nations Fiscal Management Act [First Nations Financial Management Board, FNFMB]

Publisher: 
First Nations Financial Management Board
Year of publication: 
2019

The First Nations Fiscal Management Act (FMA) is a law that provides First Nations with support and tools to strengthen your community and build your economy. First Nations can choose whether or not to participate in the FMA.

All of our First Nations clients must be scheduled under the First Nations Fiscal Management Act (FMA).

How to Negotiate with Indigenous Peoples [Indigenous Corporate Training Inc.]

Publisher: 
Indigenous Corporate Training Inc.
Year of publication: 
2019

Have you developed and implemented an effective consultation and engagement strategy and are now ready to negotiate, but aren’t sure how to start? Or how to prepare for that all-important first community meeting?

What are your key challenges?
How to begin negotiations with Indigenous Peoples?
How to apply the RESPECT model in negotiation?
How to draft an agenda?
How to set the tone?
Understanding community mandate and how it applies?

Creating an Indigenous Engagement Plan [Indigenous Corporate Training Inc.]

Publisher: 
Indigenous Corporate Training Inc.
Year of publication: 
2019

Do you need an Indigenous engagement plan but aren't sure where to start? Would you like someone to walk you through the process?

What are your key challenges?
How to create an engagement plan?
How to create a community profile?
How to prepare for issues that may arise?
Understanding who to engage with?
Understanding the objective of your engagement plan?

Swan Lake First Nation: A Community's Economic Success Story [Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development Canada, AANDC]

Publisher: 
Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development Canada
Year of publication: 
2013

“See how the Swan Lake First Nation, located in southwestern Manitoba, has achieved economic success through investment in its community development projects.”

The State of Urban Aboriginal Communities: Final Draft [Kevin FitzMaurice]

Publisher: 
Kevin FitzMaurice
Year of publication: 
2012

“This paper provides a broad overview of some of the key characteristics of urban Aboriginal community development in Canada.”

List of Financial Aid Programs for Individuals, Firms and Organisations [Jonathan Maheu]

Publisher: 
Secrétariat aux affaires autochtones Quebec
Year of publication: 
2004

“This inventory contains a summary of the programs and services of the Government of Québec intended to promote job creation as well as economic and community development. While these programs are intended for all Quebecers, this publication has been designed for Aboriginal people who wish to start up, develop or revitalize their business.

Colonization and Community: Implications for First Nations Development [Community Development Journal, CDJ]

Publisher: 
Community Development Journal (CDJ)
Year of publication: 
1992

"First Nations' communities have been a major focus for the long history of colonial action in Canada. The results have been disastrous for Native cultural, identity and pride. Four major community institutions – political, economic, religious and educational and the family – have been devastated.

The Process of Mi'kmaq Community-Based Development: A Case Study of the Bear River Mi'kmaq Npisunewawtu'j (Medicine Trail) Project [Collections Canada]

Publisher: 
Collections Canada
Year of publication: 
2000

"This study focuses on the process of a Mi'kmaq community-based development project entitled the Beur River Mi'kmaq Npisiinewmvfi~ (Medicine Trail) Project. The project is community-based and is focused on the cultural revitalization of traditional Mi'kmaq plant knowledge through the medium of an interpretive hiking trail. The main objective of this research was to document the conception and development of the project as a case study that illustrates the process of culture based Mi'kmaq community development."

Community Development with Indigenous Communities: Facilitating the Creation of Appropriate Environments [Collections Canada]

Publisher: 
Collections Canada
Year of publication: 
1999

"This thesis proposes an integrated framework for organizing information and subsequently acting as a diagnostic and predictive tool for those working in the area of community development with indigenous peoples, but with potential universal scope. Discussion within the thesis utilizes examples and information from work with indigenous peoples in Australia, Canada and New Zealand. The framework is composed of a hierarchy of community development (derived from Maslow's hierarchy of human needs) integrated within a value system, and a hierarchy of cultural influence.

Aboriginal Women and Community Development: Consistency Across Time [Collections Canada]

Publisher: 
Collections Canada
Year of publication: 
1998

"This study examines the consistencies between traditional and contemporary roles and responsibilities of Aboriginal women within the context of family and community development. The research sources for this work includes using: the Medicine Wheel teachings; reviewing relevant literature; and conducting personal interviews with Aboriginal women. "

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