Items in this Collection
- 5Hayashi, Naotaka
- 3Campbell, Sandy
- 2Johnston, Lindsay
- 1Anna Wilson
- 1Anna Wilson MEd
- 1Arctic Institute of North America
- 16Canadian Circumpolar Institute
- 16Canadian Circumpolar Institute/Circumpolar Collection
- 3Anthropology, Department of
- 3Anthropology, Department of/Book Chapters (Anthropology)
- 2University of Alberta Library
- 2University of Alberta Library/Libraries Staff Publications
These are the proceedings for the First Colloquy on Northern Library Resources. This volume contains the notes from eight sessions held over two days. There were 23 participants and 3 observers. Participants were mainly from Canada and the United States, with one coming from England. Sessions...
Exploring Diversified Strategies for Co-operative Management of Forests by a First Nation and the Province of AlbertaDownload
While the boreal forests in northern Alberta have rich natural resources, which assure economic development for regional and provincial finances, for Aboriginal people living there, the forests have played a pivotal role in continuing their traditional subsistence based on hunting and gathering....
Finding Canadian polar Indigenous studies in Medline
The polar library community has made much progress over the past thirty years in the development of bibliographic search tools that allow fast and easy access to publications about the Arctic and Antarctic. Many of us rely heavily on tools such as Arctic and Antarctic Regions to satisfy our need...
The Gold Range Hotel in Yellowknife, NT, is a landmark building in the city and dates from the 1950s, replacing an earlier hotel and bar frequented by gold miners. Photograph taken March 2012.
News of my fieldwork in Greenland during 2008-09
The study takes, as a point of departure, the analysis of how governments have responded in organizational terms, through their national agencies concerned with science policy and logistics, to the shifting physical, environmental, socio-economic and geopolitical challenges facing the polar...
The United Nations Declaration of the Rights of Indigenous Peoples (UNDRIP) & Food Security in Nunavut
The United Nations Declaration of the Rights of Indigenous Peoples (UNDRIP) & Food Security in NunavutDownload
The United Nations Declaration of the Rights of Indigenous Peoples and Food Security The Minister of Indigenous Affairs is concerned that Canada’s adoption the United Nations Declaration of the Rights of Indigenous Peoples (UNDRIP) is “without qualification, as Canada’s obligations to fulfil...