Partnerships

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Many cities are trying to undermine poverty with comprehensive, long-term action - action rooted in local energy and assets, yet insistent on government and corporate participation. Mark Cabaj...
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A 5-stage process of information-gathering, planning, and negotiation is fundamental to the launch of a sound joint venture.
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The common interest of Tr'on dek Hwechin'in and Loki Gold Corporation in the First Nation's traditional lands did not lead to a court battle or blockade. This paper explains in detail the negotiating...
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Through a collaboration with Old Order Amish families, some Ontario citydwellers are discovering that better food and fellowship spin off from small-scale, environmentally-friendly agriculture. How...
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Good partnerships take work, but the payoff is handsome once you know what to work on. Here are ten essentials.
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In northern Saskatchewan, La Ronge Band Council developed the vision and mission of Kitsaki Development Corporation. It then applied its own process of planning to choose a method of development that...
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In the last two decades, a time of increasing disenchantment with government's ability to respond to community needs and vulnerabilities, a number of innovative community/government partnerships have...
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To reconstruct the social and economic landscape of southwest Montréal, RÉSO had to find ways to forge relationships between private, public, and commercial stakeholders on the basis of mutual...
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A number of sensitive issues divide the CED and labour movements: the wages and benefits of real jobs are just two. It's high time we understood such issues in terms of an agenda for discussion, and...
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Now entering its fourth year, Roger Hill and Virginia Sloan's 'Corporate Aboriginal Relations' remains an unparalleled report of what communities and corporations can achieve together.