Resources: Aboriginal

A couple of hundred people in northern B.C. demonstrate the crux of community planning: talking to your neighbours about the sort of place you want... June 30, 2011
Not content to have a primary school built for them, Old Massett Village Council hired architects with a track record in project-linked community... July 01, 2011
The leaders of Aboriginal communities face many trying problems and issues. They must deal with shortages of skilled labour, lack of capital and... September 15, 2016
CNYC has come of age. Having for the past four years and more managed to balance the necessity of adult supervision with that of teen (and even pre-... April 04, 2011
Through strategic planning, an organization can envision a desired future and realistically assess present opportunities and constraints. Then an... February 25, 2011
While aimed primarily at the community economic development organizations (CEDOs) of Aboriginal communities, this book can assist any organization... September 15, 2016
SummaryEven when people’s intentions are good and mineral prices are high, it is neither simple nor straightforward to generate lasting benefits for... February 05, 2013
"Community Economic Development (CED) sounds great in theory, but what can it do for us in the Here and Now?" This workbook, and the 4-day... September 15, 2016
This article traces the way that the four member Bands of Nisga'a Tribal Council in northwestern B.C.'s Nass Valley built their individual and... July 01, 2011
Since 1995, the inhabitants of Nimpo and Anahim Lakes have found a way to run a logging and milling business that respects Traditional Territory, the... April 04, 2011