Allen, W. Graham (2000) “Taxation Aspects of the Sechelt Agreement-in-Principle.” Vol. 48, No. 6 / no 6 1817http://www.ctf.ca/ctfweb/Documents/PDF/2000ctj/2000ctj6_allen.pdf

The AIP is, at the time of writing, the only agreement that has been finalized; thus, the Sechelt Band is the only First Nation to have reached stage 5 of the six-stage treaty process. [FN]

Baxter, Sherry (2008) “INTERVIEW WITH CHIEF LOUIE OSOYOOS FIRST NATION, BRITISH COLUMBIA.” And “INTERVIEW WITH VAUGHN SUNDAY AKWESASNE FIRST NATION, ONTARIO.”  http://www.edo.ca/edo-tools/best-practices

These 2 interviews show how these 2 reserves managed to build up their business skills and economic development through taking risks.  The Chiefs tell how they made decisions when first starting out and when they have succeeded through trial and error, as well as building partnerships with aboriginal and non-Aboriginal communities and business’. [FN]

Bonesteel, Sarah and Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development Canada (June 2006) “Canada’s Relationship with Inuit: A History of Policy and Program Development.” http://www.aadnc-aandc.gc.ca/eng/1100100016900

The history of Inuit relations with the Government of Canada has been a story of negotiation, accommodation and resistance. The relationship has developed around a long conversation of rights recognition and struggle for voice within the Canadian political system. Inuit have made tremendous progress in this, and speak from a position of authority and strength on many issues of concern to them. The conversation and negotiation continues, however, as the story is played out around such issues as control over land and resources, the environment, social programs and the extent and pace of change in the face of maintenance of language, culture and traditional lifestyle. [I]

Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business (October 2011) “Aboriginal Entrepreneurs Conference and Trade Show: Selling to Government.” http://www.entrepreneurship2011.indigenous.net/video/viewvideo/28/conference-day-2/selling-to-government

Selling to Government:  Guy Freeman, Public Sector Aboriginal Business Association (PSABA), Moderator; Dolores Coelho, Senior Program Officer, Aboriginal Procurement and Business Promotion Directorate (AANDC); Shereen Benzvy Miller, Director General, Office of Small and Medium Enterprises, PWGSC; John Edward Costa, Senior Policy Advisor, Ministry of Aboriginal Affairs Ontario; Mark Freedman, Vendor Relations Coordinator, Manitoba Infrastructure and Transportation. [FN]

Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business (October 2011) “Aboriginal Entrepreneurs Conference and Trade Show:  Selling to Big Business.” http://www.entrepreneurship2011.indigenous.net/video/viewvideo/29/conference-day-2/selling-to-big-business

Selling to Big Business: Syed Hasan, Senior Program Analyst AANDC, Moderator; Steven James, Senior Director, Strategic Supply, PepsiCo Canada; Steven Jani, Syncrude Canada. [FN]

Natural Resources Canada (2011) “Aboriginal Engagement.” http://www.nrcan.gc.ca/minerals-metals/aboriginal/engagement/3219

A Provisional Template for Best Practices for Government Geoscience Activities in Nunavut: Developing Relationships with Inuit Communities and Organizations.  Best Practice: Consultation Protocol With First Nations: The Mi’kmaq-Nova Scotia-Canada Consultation Terms of Reference. [FN, I]

 

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