The role of education in the loss of spiritual and cultural values ; evidence of previous and planned oppression by non-Indians ; revival of interest in traditional values and the role ofelders as a source of knowledge.
Contains specific polices and recommendations within each of six categories: effective and accurate mapping; inclusivity, community consultation and engagement; capacity building; spectrum rights and sovereignty; infrastructure and ownership; and affordability.
Topics include overview of First Nation Forestry Program, basics of starting a business, sources of capital, Fort Apache Timber Company, Silviculture Contracting company, ecotourism, and natural resource-based negotiations with industry and governments.
Aboriginal Law Bulletin, vol. 2, no. 52, October 1991, p. 56
Examines the three forms of land tenure in Western Australia, 99 year leases, small plots of land on pastoral leases, and 50 or 25 year special purpose leases, with no provision for Aboriginal or Native title.
Background Paper (Law and Government Division, Parliamentary Library) ;
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Briefly looks at efforts made in Maine, Scandinavia, New Zealand and Canada to provide some form of political representation which would increase Aboriginals' ability to influence government operations.
Portal "brings together inter-disciplinary sources and information relating to Indigenous Studies and Native-newcomer relations at the University of Saskatchewan".
Contains links to library & archive holdings, other collections, scholarly output, etc.
Looked at New South Wales Department of Education and Training's scholarships and veracity of applicants for teaching positions and /or promotions. Goal was to determine level of community satisfaction with existing definition, the Department's procedures, investigate alleged abuses, and make recommendations to address concerns.
Consists of an interview where Adam Solway talks about being orphaned at 8 years and adopted by the Blackfoot Reserve, Alta; his attendance at a residential school; becoming a councillor and then chief of the reserve. He comments on the issues he had to deal with as well as providing comments on contemporary lifestyles and leadership.
Adrian Hope has been active in Metis politics since the 1920s. He was involved in the organization of the Metis Association of Alberta, the Ewing Commission hearings, and the development of Metis colonies in Alberta.
Comments on the key component of concept of Ahp-cii-uk which is to create increased self-reliance of First Nations communities through partnerships with government, corporations, and other organizations.