2 edition of Canadian resource co-management boards and their relationship to indigenous knowledge found in the catalog.
Canadian resource co-management boards and their relationship to indigenous knowledge
Written in English
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Indigenous perspectives much older than the nation itself shared through maps, artwork, history and culture. The Royal Canadian Geographical Society, in partnership with Canada's national Indigenous organizations, has created a groundbreaking four-volume atlas that shares the experiences, perspectives, and histories of First Nations, Inuit and Métis peoples. Innovation and Traditional Resource-Based Economies Study () A Voice on the Land: An Indigenous Peoples Guide to Forest certification in Canada () United Nations Prevention of Discrimination and Protection of Indigenous Peoples and Minorities: Indigenous Peoples and their Realtionship to Land. E/CN.4/Sub.2//21 ().
CANADIAN SCHOOL BOARDS ASSOCIATION EXECUTIVE SUMMARY questionnaire, as well as Addendum 5 for a list of those who contributed to the development of this document. Indigenous Education Structure 1. Indigenous Education The education of Indigenous youth is vital to their future, and the future of Canada. TheFile Size: 2MB. A targeted call for evidence will be sent to the Aboriginal Aquatic Resource and Ocean Management (AAROM) organizations (n = 33) and Co-Management Boards in Canada with a coastal-marine mandate (n = 10) as these groups often conduct or support research projects that bring together Indigenous and science-based by: 2.
This book is a clear, compelling, and evidence-based assessment of the effectiveness of co-management boards in providing Indigenous peoples with genuine influence over land and wildlife decisions affecting their traditional territories. Environment and natural resources for Indigenous peoples; Indigenous ecological knowledge. Indigenous peoples have wide-ranging knowledge of the land and its ecology. Through collaboration with Indigenous partners, Parks Canada and Canadians are benefitting from traditional knowledge systems that have been handed down over many thousands of years.
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Canadian Resource Co-Management Boards and Their Relationship to Indigenous Knowledge: Two Case Studies top Stella Spak Anthropology Thesis (Ph.D.)--University of Toronto, Co-management arrangements either result from land-claim agreements between First Nations/Inuit, or crises (real or perceived) regarding a particular resource.
Co-management organizations consisting of Indigenous and government representatives often claim to base their natural resource management decision-making on both biological resource science and the represented Indigenous peoples' knowledge.
Co-management boards, committees, or organizations often consist of both Indigenous and non-Indigenous government representatives who make resource management decisions through.
Indeed, a recent high-profile legal decision emphasized the importance of improving engagement between Indigenous peoples and their knowledge in federal EAs when the Federal Court of Appeal overturned Canada’s National Energy Board’s approval of the Kinder Morgan Trans Mountain Pipeline expansion project, holding that the federal government Author: Lauren E.
Eckert, Nick Xemŧoltw_ Claxton, Cameron Owens, Anna Johnston, Natalie C. Ban, Faisal Moola. A resource guide for bringing Canadian. Indigenous culture into the classroom. mentorship has been unwavering and we are grateful for their support in developing this resource as a Indigenous knowledge should not be restricted to Indigenous Peoples.
All. Horizon Lake (also known as Wãpan Sãkahikan in Cree) is an hectare lake developed in close consultation with local people to incorporate traditional Indigenous knowledge into its design. Canadian Natural and Indigenous communities work together to support social, cultural, economic and environmental goals, including traditional ways of life, and share best practices and traditional knowledge.
In Indigenous knowledge systems, knowledge that exists in relationship to specific lands and people is highly valued. In the context of curriculum development, this means creating opportunities for educators and students to share their personal experiences, feelings, and identities as a form of knowledge, and to learn from the experiential knowledge of Indigenous : Asma-na-hi Antoine, Rachel Mason, Roberta Mason, Sophia Palahicky.
Indigenous writers to read, as recommended by you Who are your favourite Indigenous authors. We put this question forward on social media, and you came back with an extensive, compelling list. Towagh has conducted Traditional Knowledge (TK), Traditional Use Studies (TUS), and cultural documentation projects with over thirty Indigenous communities in western and northern Canada in the past fourteen years.
Co-management boards in the Arctic have not, however, achieved their potentialmajor flaws include the failure to include Indigenous knowledge (Graben, ) and merely providing token Indigenous.
This important companion book to the best-selling 21 Things You May Not Know About the Indian Act offers practical tools that will help you respectfully avoid missteps in your business interactions and personal relationships with Indigenous Peoples.
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Canadian Directory of First Nations, Métis and Inuit Library Collections. Traditional Indigenous knowledge and science has aided the development of modern scientific knowledge, and including Indigenous people in science is essential to its : Jesse Popp.
29) and where scientists do their most serious work most often in an indoor laboratory. Indigenous peoples closely identify with their ancestral lands because of their deep associations with their resources and because of their long-term occupation of particular areas—probably thousands of years (Turner,).Author: Gloria Snively, Wanosts'a Lorna Williams.
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Indigenous knowledge being organized across Canada. Indigenous knowledge improves project reviews and regulatory decisions Indigenous knowledge has made, and continues to make, valuable contributions to environmental, regulatory, and other processes across the country.
Indigenous knowledge has also been the focus of growing international. The following resources are just a small piece of the bigger picture and we highly encourage all educators to reach out to Indigenous communities, organizations and groups in their area to learn more.
Indigenous Peoples Atlas of Canada (IPAC) Online version of Indigenous Peoples Atlas of Canada (or order a book today). If you’re new to Indigenous inclusion and workforce issues, use this section to help you build an understanding of the issues and the Indigenous community.
Also, please feel free to contact us anytime to learn more. National Indigenous Organizations Matrix; Publications (Indigenous Works) Business Case for Indigenous Inclusion. Discusses the resource co-management regime of the James Bay Crees in northern Québec, and looks at co-management institutions within the broader context of nation-to-nation treaty negotiations.
Excerpt from Canada: The State of the Federation Entire book on one pdf. To access paper scroll to p. More information. This book is essential reading for scholars and students of relations between Indigenous peoples and the state, co-management systems for natural resources, and Northern government and politics; members of Northern governments and boards will also be interested in the findings presented here, as will members of Indigenous governments and organizations more broadly.
Changes to the Canadian Indigenous Books for Schools Catalogue this catalogue began ten years ago as Canadian Aboriginal Books for Schools, with the aim of highlighting Canadian titles by indigenous authors, on indigenous topics, and from indigenous publishing houses.
this year, the catalogue has undergone some Size: 3MB. Perhaps by focusing on relationships in addition to resources, a rightful place will be created for Aboriginal peoples and their knowledge and management systems in co-management processes.
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