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Aboriginal Policy [Fraser Institute]

Publisher: 
Fraser Institute
Year of publication: 
2019

Research reports from Fraser Institute

Property Rights and Prosperity: A Case Study of Westbank First Nation
How First Nations Benefit from Pipeline Construction
Assessing the Duty to Consult
Wealth of First Nations (2019)

Indigenous Consultation and Engagement [Indigenous Corporate Training Inc.]

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

Are you ready to engage with an Indigenous community but aren't sure of where to start? Do you understand the differences between consultation and engagement?

What are your key challenges?
How to consult with Indigenous communities?
Understanding the differences between consultation and engagement?
Understanding how to assess risk during consultation?
How to anticipate questions and know how to respond?
Understanding the intention of consultation?

Indigenous Awareness [Indigenous Corporate Training Inc.]

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

How much do you actually know about Indigenous Peoples and issues? Would you like to build a better understanding of some of the issues you hear in the news?
If the answer is "yes!" then Indigenous Awareness training can be a helpful way to get off on the right foot.

Public Training Weeks [Indigenous Corporate Training Inc.]

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

Are you looking for a learning experience that fulfils your need for knowledge about Indigenous Peoples plus how to engage, consult, and negotiate mutually beneficial agreements?

First Nations’ involvement in forest governance in Quebec: The place for distinct consultation processes [The Forestry Chronicle]

Publisher: 
The Forestry Chronicle
Year of publication: 
2010

"Aboriginal peoples in Canada present a special case of citizen involvement in forest governance, with rights and status that go beyond those of other stakeholders and individuals. Increasingly, participation processes aimed specifically at Aboriginal representatives are being used to encourage their involvement in forest management. This article asks what would be the characteristics of a distinct process that could respond to Aboriginal rights, needs and expectations.

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