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|Indigeneity and Marginalization: Planning for and with Urban Aboriginal Communities in Canada|
Progress in Planning, Vol. 63, No. 4, May 2005, pp. 327-404.
Argues that Aboriginal people are a unique population which has certain rights and specific needs which exist outside the standard model of multiculturalism, but traditional planning approaches have failed to take them into account. Explores urbanization and migration patterns, economic and labour force characteristics and initiatives that have attempted to improve employment, whether settlement patterns have created ghettos, measures of community, and characteristics of Aboriginal institutions.