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Presentations/Présentations : Understanding Indigenous Economic Development in Northern, Rural, and Remote Settings

Source: Community Development Institute, UNBC.
As part of its work with the University of the Arctic’s Thematic Network on Local and Regional Development, UNBC’s Community Development Institute (CDI) and the Aboriginal Business and Community Development Centre jointly hosted the “Understanding indigenous economic development in northern, rural, and remote settings” workshop.

The goal was to produce a rich dialogue that could enhance our understanding of key barriers and opportunities related to successful indigenous economic development both on reserves and in urban Aboriginal communities.

The workshop brought together thirty-one individuals, institutions, academics, and practitioners who are actively involved in indigenous economic development in the North, and three of the University of the Arctic’s Thematic Networks – Local and Regional Development, Northern Governance, and Northern Tourism – were represented.

Workshop Presentations.



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