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Samson Cree Nation partnered with researchers at the University of Alberta to conduct a water resources analysis of their water systems. This thesis describes a community-based research approach used to explore domestic water use in Samson Cree Nation, the variables that effect domestic water use...
In 2009, against the backdrop of halted land claim negotiations and increasing oil extraction from Lubicon traditional territory, a challenge was brought against the Lubicon custom election code. The challenge triggered a response from band members, a response later dismissed by Indian and...
Prevalence, risk factors and awareness of albuminuria on a Canadian First Nation: A community-based screening studyDownload
"Background: Both diabetic and non-diabetic end stage renal disease (ESRD) are more common among Canadian First Nations people than among the general Canadian population. The purpose of this research was to determine the prevalence of and risk factors for albuminuria in a Canadian First Nation...
This Thesis discusses how Impact and Benefit Agreements (IBAs) can reconcile First Nations to resource development in Canada. IBAs, as their name suggests, allocate benefits to an Aboriginal community in exchange for impacting their rights and/or land through resource development. This Thesis...