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Building Sustainable Communities: Good Practices and Tools for Community Economic Development [Institute on Governance, IOG]

Publisher: 
Institute on Governance (IOG)
Year of publication: 
2006

"Commissioned by Indian and Northern Affairs Canada (INAC), this web-based publication was designed by the Institute to systematically capture the knowledge and insights of economic development experts, many of whom were about to retire from the public service.

Quality of Life of Aboriginal People in Canada: An Analysis of Current Research [Daniel Salée]

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Publisher: 
Institute for Research on Public Policy (IRPP)
Year of publication: 
2006

"The Institute for Research on Public Policy has launched a new research program on the quality of life of Aboriginal people in Canada. As the first step in this endeavour, this paper aims to take stock of the current state of knowledge of the broad issues related to the quality of life and well-being of Aboriginal people, of innovations that are ameliorating their living conditions and of the linkages between quality of life and governance in their communities.

Seeing Like a Circle: Perspectives on the Field from a Dialogue on Urban Aboriginal Economic Development [Aboriginal Policy Studies, APS]

Publisher: 
Aboriginal Policy Studies (APS)
Year of publication: 
2011

"Since the early 1970s, Aboriginal communities, policy analysts, and researchers have constructed “urban Aboriginal economic development” as both a domain of strategic intervention and a field of tactical contestation. An integral part of this project has been the creation of a body of academic knowledge about urban Aboriginal peoples and their relationship to the economy.

Moving Forward with Elders' Recommendations from the APCFNC Elders Research Project "Honouring Traditional Knowledge" - Considerations from Two-Eyed Seeing and Co-Learning[Atlantic Aboriginal Economic Development Integrated Research Program, AAEDIRP]

Publisher: 
Atlantic Policy Congress of First Nations Chiefs Secretariat
Year of publication: 
2012

Moving Forward with Elders' Recommendations from the APCFNC Elders Research Project "Honouring Traditional Knowledge" - Considerations from Two-Eyed Seeing and Co-Learning - Presentation made by Elders Albert and Murdena Marshall & Professor Cheryl Bartlett of Cape Breton University at the AAEDIRP University Partners Meeting March 2012.

Technician Aboriginal Economic Developer (TAED) [Canadian Council for the Advancement of Development Officers, CANDO]

Publisher: 
Council for the Advancement of Native Development Officers (CANDO)
Year of publication: 
2012

"To earn the Technician Aboriginal Economic Developer Certificate, candidate (student in the process) must demonstrate 16 competencies that can be earned either through post-secondary study (delivered through an accredited programs - universities and colleges across Canada), course by course match up and/or through prior learning assessment (PLA) that measures past learning and experience."

CANDO's National Certification Process [Canadian Council for the Advancement of Development Officers, CANDO]

Publisher: 
Council for the Advancement of Native Development Officers (CANDO)
Year of publication: 
2012

"Cando's National Certification Process is the first to be designed, developed and administered by an Aboriginal organization. The Certified Aboriginal Economic Developer Process is an education process specifically designed to meet the needs of Economic Development Officers (EDOs) working across Canada. It provides a uniform knowledge base and skill set for all individuals currently fulfilling or wishing to work in the field of Aboriginal economic development."

Degrees and Programs: Bachelor of Science Community Studies (BScCS) Integrative Science [Cape Breton University, CBU]

Publisher: 
Cape Breton University (CBU)
Year of publication: 
2012

Integrative Science brings together scientific knowledges and ways of knowing from Indigenous and Western world views to provide science education. This “bringing knowledges together” is known as Toqwa’tu’kl Kjijitaqnn in the Mi’kmaq language and as “Two-Eyed Seeing” in the words of Mi’kmaw Elder Albert Marshall. “Two-Eyed Seeing” is more than a label ...

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