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First Nations-Municipal Community Economic Development Initiative Webinar [The Canadian CED Network, CCED]

Publisher: 
Community Economic Development Initiative
Year of publication: 
2018

The First Nations-Municipal Community Economic Development Initiative (CEDI), funded by Crown Indigenous Relations and Northern Affairs Canada, is a joint initiative between Cando (Council for the Advancement of Native Development Officers) and the Federation of Canadian Municipalities (FCM) that is designed to improve the relationships and enhance the capacity of participating First Nations and municipalities to engage in joint community economic development planning and initiatives. This webinar provides an overview of the CEDI program and the Stronger Together Toolkit.

PODCAST: ALLIANCE FOR RENEWING INDIGENOUS ECONOMIES [Tulo Centre of Indigenous Economies]

Publisher: 
Tulo Centre of Indigenous Economics
Year of publication: 
2017

Indigenous Jurisdiction

In the past year, the Tulo Centre has been working with the Ngāi Tahu Research Centre at the University of Canterbury. Recently a delegation came from New Zealand to meet with the Tulo Centre to discuss the formalization of a working relationship between the two research centres. The Tulo Centre is pleased to bring you this conversation where Manny Jules, Te Maire Tau, Darren Russell and Rinito Davis discuss the creation of the Alliance for Renewing Indigenous Economies and the concept of Indigenous jurisdiction.

Open Textbook: Building a Competitive First Nation Investment Climate [Tulo Centre of Indigenous Economics]

Publisher: 
Tulo Centre of Indigenous Economics
Year of publication: 
2014

It is an open text book in two ways. First, anyone can use it as a resource on how to create the administrative, fiscal and legal framework to support markets on First Nations and in some cases tribal lands. Our purpose is to help tribes and First Nations fill these gaps preventing us from participating in the economy. Our purpose is to provide the knowledge and skills to develop our laws, establish our property rights, generate independent revenues to build infrastructure and lower the costs of doing business on our lands.

WORKING PAPER: RENEWING INDIGENOUS ECONOMIES THROUGH CREATIVE DESTRUCTION [TULO CENTRE OF INDIGENOUS ECONOMICS]

Publisher: 
Tulo Centre of Indigenous Economics
Year of publication: 
2018

For the last 40 years Manny Jules and like-minded First Nation and Indigenous leaders have developed an algorithm to creatively destroy the colonial framework represented by the Indian Act and the Department of Indian Affairs.

I am a Developmental First Nation [Lands Advisory Board Resource Center, LABRC]

Publisher: 
Lands Advisory Board
Year of publication: 
2019

As a signatory to the Framework Agreement First Nation will:

Develop a land governance system by creating its own Land Code (LC); replaces the 44 land management sections under the Indian Act

Enter into an Individual Agreement (IA) with Canada; identifies what will be transferred into FN control

Develop a Community Ratification Process (CRP); the process to be followed for membership’s vote on the above two documents

The specific steps are set out in the Framework Agreement.

Request A Presentation [Lands Advisory Board Resource Center, LABRC]

Publisher: 
Lands Advisory Board
Year of publication: 
2019

The LAB and RC are committed to assisting all First Nations in achieving their desired goal of exercising their inherent right to control their reserve lands and resources.

Let us know if you would like more information or to coordinate a presentation to your leadership and community.

Interested First Nations - Land Management [Lands Advisory Board Resource Center, LABRC]

Publisher: 
Lands Advisory Board
Year of publication: 
2019

The purpose of the Framework Agreement was to recognize the inherent right of First Nations to resume control over their lands and resources for the use and benefit of their members without Government interference, by replacing the land provisions of the Indian Act with First Nation made laws.

The Framework Agreement provides First Nations with the option to govern their reserve lands outside the Indian Act. The option to regain control of their lands and resources can only be undertaken with the consent of the community.

The First Nations Land Management Resource Centre [Lands Advisory Board Resource Center, LABRC]

Publisher: 
Lands Advisory Board
Year of publication: 
2019

The First Nations Land Management Resource Centre (Resource Centre) was established by the LAB and was incorporated in 2001. The Resource Centre is the service delivery organization that fulfills the LAB’s technical and administrative responsibilities under the Framework Agreement. Governed by a Board of Directors which are appointed by LAB elected officials, the Resource Centre provides developmental and operational support services throughout the pre-developmental, developmental and operational stages of land governance.

A Guide to the Framework Agreement on First Nation Land Management [Lands Advisory Board, LAB]

Publisher: 
Lands Advisory Board
Year of publication: 
2019

The purpose of the Framework Agreement was to recognize the inherent
right of First Nations to resume control over their lands and resources for
the use and benefit of their members without Government interference, by
replacing the land provisions of the Indian Act with First Nation made laws.

The Framework Agreement provides First Nations with the option to govern
their reserve lands outside the Indian Act. The option to regain control of
their lands and resources can only be undertaken with the consent of
the community.

Language Policy and Economic Development [David Laitin and Rajesh Ramachandran]

Year of publication: 
2014

“This document explores the role of language policy choices as a source of growth and development of nation states.”

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