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Aboriginal Participation in Major Resource Development, Background Paper [Public Policy Forum]

Publisher: 
Public Policy Forum
Year of publication: 
2012

"The purpose of this paper is to highlight background information on the opportunities and challenges associated with Aboriginal participation in major resource development. The focus is on major resource projects in energy (oil, gas and hydro) and mining sectors in Canada.

In Praise of Taxes: The Link between Taxation and Good Governance for First Nation Communities [Institute on Governance, IOG]

Publisher: 
Institute on Governance (IOG)
Year of publication: 
2008

"This paper makes the case that broad-based taxation by First Nations governments would enhance their governance practices. The study relies on comparative government and public finance literatures as well as interviews with First Nations that have already imposed some form of taxation. It examines both the advantages of taxation and the ‘curse’ of revenue that does not arise from broad-base taxation - such as oil or natural resource wealth."

Getting ready for oil and gas development in Canada's Northwest Territories: aboriginal entrepreneurship and economic development [International Journal of Entrepreneurship and Small Business IJESB]

Publisher: 
International Journal of Entrepreneurship and Small Business
Year of publication: 
2012

"This case study uses an interdisciplinary approach to examine Inuit and First Nations perspectives and initiatives to foster sustainable entrepreneurship and economic development related to the forthcoming Mackenzie Gas Pipeline in Canada's Northwest Territories. The 1,220-kilometer pipeline will connect the Mackenzie Delta to the Alberta Oil Sands and North American markets. These findings will be of interest to business, government and Indigenous leaders involved in resource development.

Energy Smart Commercial Buildings Retrofit Program [Canada Business Network, CBN]

Publisher: 
Government of Canada
Year of publication: 
2012

You could get up to $3,000 to help pay for an evaluation to find out if your business could be more energy efficient, and up to $75,000 towards the cost of the energy upgrades. You are eligible no matter what kind of commercial building your business is in, including:

Directory of Energy Efficiency and Alternative Energy Programs in Canada [Canada Business Network, CBN]

Publisher: 
Government of Canada
Year of publication: 
2012

This Directory is an on-line inventory of programs to promote the efficient use or conservation of energy at the end-use level and/or the use of alternative energy in Canada. It covers programs offered by the Government of Canada, provincial and territorial governments, major Canadian municipalities and major electric and gas utilities and companies. Found an error? Know of a program not listed here? Contact Us!

Alternative Fuels Directory [Canada Business Network, CBN]

Publisher: 
Government of Canada
Year of publication: 
2012

List of alternative fuels

Guide to the Regulations [Natural Resouces Canada]

Publisher: 
Government of Canada
Year of publication: 
2012

All of these energy-using products must meet federal energy efficiency standards in order to be imported into Canada or manufactured in Canada and shipped from one province to another. The Regulations continue to apply to these products if they are incorporated into a larger unit or machine, even when that unit or machine is an unregulated product.

Canadian Wind Energy Industry [Industry Canada]

Publisher: 
Government of Canada
Year of publication: 
2012

Wind energy is the fastest growing renewable energy source in Canada with an average annual growth rate of 60 percent since 1998 with installed capacity increasing from 26 megawatts (MW) in 1998 to 3,432 MW by summer of 2010: 950 MW of that was installed in 2009. Canada is expected to experience significant growth in the upcoming years.

Energy [Canada Business Network, CBN]

Publisher: 
Government of Canada
Year of publication: 
2012

Find statistics and analysis on reserves, capacity, production and consumption of traditional and alternative energy sources.

Community-Owned Renewables [The Pembina Institute]

Publisher: 
The Pembina Institute
Year of publication: 
2010

Community-owned renewable energy facilities create local jobs and revenue with less environmental impacts than conventional energy options. A community that owns a renewable energy facility keeps most of the profit, controls the facility's operation and contributes to a healthier environment. This fact sheet on community-owned renewable energy projects describes the benefits of these projects and outlines steps for starting a project.

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