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Aboriginal Liaison Program [Statistics Canada]

Publisher: 
Statistics Canada
Year of publication: 
2019

The Aboriginal Liaison Program serves as a bridge between Statistics Canada and First Nations, Métis and Inuit communities and Aboriginal organizations.

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Poster: Tulo Centre of Indigenous Economics: Restoring Indigenous Economics [First Nations Tax Commission, FNTC]

Publisher: 
First Nations Tax Commission
Year of publication: 
2019

TULO CENTRE OF INDIGENOUS ECONOMICS

Providing Indigenous people and communities the tools to fully participate in the economy. The Tulo Centre provides accredited certificate programs that offer students exciting opportunities to advance their careers and contribute to the success of their communities. Our flexible course delivery means you can continue working while earning your certificate.

First Nations-Municipal Community Economic Development Initiative [Federation of Canadian Municipalities, FCM]

Publisher: 
Federation of Canadian Municipalities
Year of publication: 
2013

“The First Nations–Municipal Community Economic Development Initiative (CEDI) aims to improve the economic prosperity of participating municipalities and adjacent First Nations through joint community economic development planning. Launched in January 2013, the program will run to March 2016.”

Opportunities and Challenges Urban Environments Represent for Urban Aboriginal Economic Development [Urban Aboriginal Economic Development, UAED]

Publisher: 
Urban Aboriginal Economic Development (UAED)
Year of publication: 
2009

"This paper addresses the challenges and opportunities urban environments represent for urban Aboriginal economic development. About one quarter of reserves are located within or contiguous to the boundaries of urban areas. Reserve residents experience different legal regimes and government structures than most urban Aboriginal residents, and they are not the focus here. Instead, the focus is on urban Aboriginal people living off reserves in urban areas. The paper begins with some background material that presents the framework for organizing the analysis.

Economic Development and Innu Settlement: The Establishment of Sheshatshit [Canadian Journal of Native Studies, CJNS]

Publisher: 
Canadian Journal of Native Studies (CJNS)

"This paper documents the circumstances surrounding the comparatively recent settlement of the nomadic Inn of Labrador in a central community. State and health officials and agents of the church at the time initiated programs that focused on economic rehabilitation, formal education and health concerns which they felt would assist in integrating Innu into Canadian industrial society. Ultimately Innut had little choice but to comply with the wishes of these officials and settle when confronted with the difficulties of pursuing traditional practices."

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.

First Nation Self-Evaluation of Community Programs – A Guidebook on Performance Management [Aboriginal Financial Officers Association, AFOA]

Publisher: 
Aboriginal Financial Officers Association (AFOA)

This guidebook is about First Nations developing their own approaches to evaluating how well community programs are achieving community goals. It presents ideas and options for First Nations to consider in developing self-evaluation tools that reflect Aboriginal communities, traditions and priorities.

On-line Professional Development [Aboriginal Financial Officers Association, AFOA]

Publisher: 
Aboriginal Financial Officers Association (AFOA)

For information and to log on the on-line courses which support the Aboriginal Financial Management (AFM) Program, click here.

AFM 6 - Aboriginal History & Developments [Aboriginal Financial Officers Association, AFOA]

Publisher: 
Aboriginal Financial Officers Association (AFOA)

This course is a survey of the history of Aboriginal Peoples. Because the breadth of the course is substantial, i.e., from pre-contact to the present, ten modules are insufficient to permit a comprehensive and detailed study of the chronological history of Aboriginal Peoples. This course does enable a study of several significant periods in the political and economic history of Aboriginal Peoples sufficiently that one’s understanding of a general history of Aboriginal Peoples is enhanced.

AFM 4 - Strategy & Decisions [Aboriginal Financial Officers Association, AFOA]

Publisher: 
Aboriginal Financial Officers Association (AFOA)

This is the fourth course in the Certified Aboriginal Financial Manager Program. It offers Aboriginal financial managers the opportunity to learn about current practices/activities that support and enable organizational high performance and accountability.

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