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Aboriginal Cultural Tourism: Heritage and Economic Development; Reflections from the Cape Breton Experience [Cape Breton University, CBU]

Publisher: 
Cape Breton University (CBU)
Year of publication: 
2007

"Cultural tourism, Aboriginal cultural tourism and importance of product authenticity are examined. The paper provides a case narrative of Aboriginal cultural tourism involving five First Nations communities on Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia, Canada. It discusses the role of Cape Breton University, the island’s only university, as a linking-pin and neutral venue for local Aboriginal leaders, non-Aboriginal government development agencies and mainstream tourist operators to discuss a long-term unified strategy for Aboriginal cultural tourism development in this region."

Unama'ki Annual Report 2011: A First Nations Model for Economic Development and Training [Unama'ki Economic Benefits Office]

Publisher: 
Unama'ki Economic Benefits Office
Year of publication: 
2012

Job Opportunities [Unama'ki Economic Benefits Office]

Publisher: 
Unama'ki Economic Benefits Office
Year of publication: 
2010

List of new or updated job opportunities listed by the Unama'ki Economic Benefits Office.

Events and Important Dates [Mi’kmaw Economic Benefits Office, MEBO ]

Publisher: 
Mi’kmaw Economic Benefits Office
Year of publication: 
2009

List of events and important dates held by the Mi’kmaw Economic Benefits Office .

Community Updates [Unama'ki Economic Benefits Office]

Publisher: 
Unama'ki Economic Benefits Office
Year of publication: 
2009

A list of community updates, highlighting local companies, economic successes and Aboriginal business development.

About Mi’kmaw Economic Benefits Office [Mi’kmaw Economic Benefits Office, MEBO ]

Publisher: 
Mi’kmaw Economic Benefits Office
Year of publication: 
2010

"The five First Nation communities in Cape Breton, Unama’ki in the Mi’kmaq language (pronounced Una Mauki), have formed a unique economic partnership and established a collaborative approach to economic development that is becoming recognized across Canada. They recognized the importance of taking a business approach to pursuing economic opportunities and the importance of partnering with business and governments. This office is the result."

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