FIRST NATIONS RIGHTS AND ENVIRONMENTAL GOVERNANCE: Lessons from the Great Bear Rainforest
- LE 10e ANNIVERSAIRE DE LA COMMISSION ROYALE SUR LES PEUPLES AUTOCHTONES : L'AUTONOMIE GOUVERNEMENTALE DES PREMIÃˆRES NATIONS N'EST PAS POUR DEMAIN. Myles, Brian // Recherches AmÃ©rindiennes au QuÃ©bec;2007, Vol. 37 Issue 1, p88
This article presents the author's views that despite what conclusions came from the reports published by the Canadian Royal Commission on Aboriginal Peoples in 1996, the First Nations must decide what they want to do for a government. The author examines several discussions that have taken...
- Past Imperfect. Morrison, Deborah // Canada's History;Apr/May2013, Vol. 93 Issue 2, p65
In this article, the author discusses the importance of gaining historical knowledge about the First Nations people of Canada as a necessary step in initiating dialogue between Canadians and First Nations people and correcting the poor social conditions the latter face. She argues for the...
- PremiÃ¨res Nations. Picard, Ghislain // Recherches AmÃ©rindiennes au QuÃ©bec;2010, Vol. 40 Issue 3, p27
The author discusses the First Nations' special relationship with their ancestral lands, their responsibility in managing and guarding their territory, and their duty in participating in decisions concerning the exploitation and use of their territorial resources. The 1982 constitutional law...
- Great Basin Culture Area. // Rourke's Native American History & Culture Encyclopedia;Apr2009, Issue 4, p18
Information on the Great Basin Culture Area is presented, which is comprised by tribes of Utah, Nevada, and Idaho.
- Federal land. // Rourke's Native American History & Culture Encyclopedia;Mar2009, Issue 3, p43
Information on federal land of Native Americans being controlled by the government of the U.S. is presented.
- GOING, GOING, GONE: Canadian bird species are in severe decline. Gupta, Suman // Alive: Canada's Natural Health & Wellness Magazine;Nov2012, Issue 361, p111
The article focuses on a huge proportion of Canada's bird species which are in serious decline, threatened by disappearing habitat, pollution, climate change and some more significant contributing factors. A Canadian bird monitoring programs shows that 44 percent of monitored birds have declined...
- Of summertime and pipelines. Harries, Stuart // Alive: Canada's Natural Health & Wellness Magazine;Aug2012, Issue 358, p11
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- SO YOU WANT A CAREER IN THE OUTDOORS? HELSDON, JEFF // Ontario Out of Doors;Nov/Dec2012, Vol. 44 Issue 10, p50
The article offers information on various occupations related to outdoor recreation in Canada. It mentions a conservation officer (CO) which is tasked to implement hunting and fishing regulations in Canada's Ministry of Natural Resources (MNR). It notes the data management officer in which he or...
- National Conservation Plan a Hit. Helsdon, Jeff // Ontario Out of Doors;Jul2014, Vol. 46 Issue 6, p12
The article reports that new National Conservation Plan launched by Canada's Prime Minister Stephen Harper has been welcomed by provincial and national outdoor groups. It is noted that new initiatives to restore wetlands are highlighted in the plan including 37 million dollars to strengthen...