Assessment of progress focuses on two aspects: benefits accruing to schools and communities, and effective practices. Included factors such as learner success, collaboration, sharing resources, communication, First Nations and Métis employment, and eradication of racism.
Compilation of 14 case study reports of initiatives in areas of education, economic development, community problem-solving, environmental and organizational management, service delivery, housing, and conducting negotiations.
Outlines the results of initial survey conducted to gather information on urban band members' wants, needs and abilities in the area of home ownership. Report forms part of the Bridges and Foundations Project on Urban Aboriginal Housing.
CMAJ: Canadian Medical Association Journal, vol. 171, no. 5, August 31, 2004, p. 437
Discusses agreements with the Canadian Association of Radiologists (CAR) and the Assembly of First Nations (AFN); indications are eight First Nations will establish magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) clinics.
File contains a presentation by Cliff Wright. Following an introduction by facilitator Murray Hamilton, an employee of the Gabriel Dumont Institute, Wright discusses his role as Treaty Commissioner in Saskatchewan and what that entails. Wright also discusses land allocation practices in in the province.
File contains a presentation by Theresa Dust of the Muskeg Lake First Nation. Dust discusses the creation of an urban reserve in Saskatoon as a result of the Treaty Land Entitlement Process, and associated issues.
Canada. Government of Canada and the Province of Saskatchewan
Statute regarding settlement of land entitlement of select First Nations in Saskatchewan including: Keeseekoose, Muskowekwan, Ochapowace, Okanese, Piapot, Star Blanket, Yellowquill, Beardy's & Okemasis, Flying Dust, Little Pine, Moosomin, Mosquito Grizzly Bear's Head, Muskeg Lake, One Arrow, Pelican Lake, Red Pheasant, Saulteaux, Sweetgrass, Thunderchild, Witchekan Lake, Canoe Lake and English River and Nekaneet First Nation.
Saskatchewan Indian, vol. 6, no. 9, November 1974, p. 15
Describes federal-First Nation meeting in Saskatoon, where education committees from Thunderchild, James Smith, Muskeg Lake, La Ronge and File Hills presented briefs on needs to Indian Affairs Minister Judd Buchanan.