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The Aboriginal Workforce: What Lies Ahead

Publisher: 
Canadian Labour and Business Centre
Year of publication: 
2004

This document discusses some of the traditions and realisms that surround the Aboriginal work force in Canada.

Living rhythms: Lessons in Aboriginal economic resilience and vision [McGill-Queen's University Press]

Publisher: 
McGill-Queen's University Press
Year of publication: 
2004

"There are few works on economic development among Canada's Aboriginal. Living Rhythms offers a current perspective on indigenous economics, planning, business development, sustainable development, and knowledge systems. Using a series of cases studies featuring Aboriginal communities and organizations, Wanda Wuttunee shows that their adaptations to economic and social development are based on indigenous wisdom and experience.

Michelin’s Strategic Partnership with Indigenous Peoples – (C) The Results of the Partnership [International Journal of Case Studies in Management, IJCSM

Publisher: 
International Journal of Case Studies in Management (IJCSM)
Year of publication: 
2009

"This case explores the multi-stakeholder strategic partnership formed among Michelin Canada, Aboriginal organizations, the Government of Canada and the Government of Nova Scotia. The partnership was established to address a demographic shortage of skilled workers for Michelin Canada, as well as limited employment prospects for young people in fast-growing indigenous communities.

Michelin’s Strategic Partnership with Indigenous Peoples – (B) The Partnership at Work [International Journal of Case Studies in Management, IJCSM

Publisher: 
International Journal of Case Studies in Management (IJCSM)
Year of publication: 
2009

"This case explores the multi-stakeholder strategic partnership formed among Michelin Canada, Aboriginal organizations, the Government of Canada and the Government of Nova Scotia. The partnership was established to address a demographic shortage of skilled workers for Michelin Canada, as well as limited employment prospects for young people in fast-growing indigenous communities.

Michelin’s Strategic Partnership with Indigenous Peoples – (A) The Basis for Partnership [International Journal of Case Studies in Management, IJCSM

Publisher: 
International Journal of Case Studies in Management (IJCSM)
Year of publication: 
2009

" This case explores the multi-stakeholder strategic partnership formed among Michelin Canada, Aboriginal organizations, the Government of Canada and the Government of Nova Scotia. The partnership was established to address a demographic shortage of skilled workers for Michelin Canada, as well as limited employment prospects for young people in fast-growing indigenous communities.

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