A conference discussing Indian and Christian creation myths, reflections on education and religion, comparison of Indian and non-Indian values, and the loss of traditional values and beliefs and the movement to recover them.
Canadian Public Policy, vol. 20, no. 3, September 1994, pp. 297-317
Recommends ways to keep Aboriginal people in their communities by offering support for sustaining hunting, fishing and trapping through co-management of renewable resources, better use of under utilized resources, training and support for wildlife harvesters and more support for entrepreneurship.
Looks at strategies of traditional and contemporary Aboriginal loggers; examines the historical context behind the confusion and conflict seen in the Aboriginal forestry practices of one First Nation community; and offers recommendations for Aboriginal forestry policy in New Brunswick.
Canadian Political Science Association Annual Conference; 79th, 2007
Documents & Presentations
Looks at the arguments put forward in support of the claim that Aboriginal peoples exhibit an inherent ecological consciousness; and examines the policy implications of expanding Aboriginal jurisdiction over environmental protection.
A photograph of various Aboriginal artifacts including a bow and quiver with arrows, a flintlock pistol, an axe head, and a pipe. On the back is inscribed "This bow is half wood and half sinew There is no other like it in Canada. The Two long painted arrows were used on Buffalo. The gun is a flint lock." Presumably from a private collection in Medicine Hat, Alberta. On the back is typed "The Pender Agencies . . . Medicine Hat Canada".