Browse by Topic - Indigenous & Northern Communities

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This report captures contemporary theory and practices associated with community resilience assessment and planning. It assesses their applicability to and effectiveness within...
The Conference Board of Canada | 41 pages | October 2022 | by Stefan Fournier, Jane Cooper
While Indigenous ownership of major projects is rising in Canada, many Indigenous communities still lack access to capital and capacity. This report examines what Indigenous groups...
The Conference Board of Canada | 29 pages | September 2022 | by Matthew Belliveau
More Indigenous finance and management professionals are needed to advance economic reconciliation in Canada. This impact paper explains why they matter and how corporate Canada...
The Conference Board of Canada | 28 pages | June 2022 | by Adam Fiser, Jordan Wapass
Il faut plus de professionnels autochtones de la finance et de la gestion pour promouvoir la réconciliation économique au Canada. Cette étude explique pourquoi ils sont importants...
Le Conference Board du Canada | 30 pages | June 2022 | by Adam Fiser, Jordan Wapass
This case study looks at the increasing impact of Fly-In, Fly-Out labour on the Mayo Airport in Yukon and the Rankin Inlet Airport in Nunavut.
The Conference Board of Canada | 19 pages | May 2022 | by Amanda Thompson
This Cool Idea series impact paper seeks to spark a nationwide conversation about hydroponics, aquaponics, aeroponics, and fogponics, to help increase the Canadian North’s access...
The Conference Board of Canada | 35 pages | March 2022 | by Lucile Fressigné, Abeer Ahmad, Ken Coates
This playbook is a tool to support the success of community engagement on major projects. It provides communities with indicators to track and monitor project impacts and community...
The Conference Board of Canada | 46 pages | March 2022 | by Colin Brown, Marta Bristow, Gillian Kerr
This impact paper examines the social impact that the out-of-territory fly-in, fly-out workforce has on local workers living in the Northwest Territories, Yukon, Nunavut, and Nunavik...
The Conference Board of Canada | 41 pages | March 2022 | by Amanda Thompson
This issue briefing looks at best practices in community engagement that reflect the evolving impact assessment process and indicators for measuring the success and sustainability...
The Conference Board of Canada | 17 pages | February 2022 | by Colin Brown
How can Northern economies grow through Inuit skills and community priorities? This primer explores job sectors in Inuit Nunangat where values, traditional knowledge, and strengths...
The Conference Board of Canada | 21 pages | December 2021 | by Twiladawn Stonefish
De quelle façon les économies du Nord peuvent-elles se développer en s’appuyant sur les compétences des Inuits et les priorités des communautés inuites? Ce condensé analyse les...
Le Conference Board du Canada | 24 pages | December 2021 | by Twiladawn Stonefish
This case study analysis focuses on skills training for Nunavut’s commercial offshore fisheries, but the lessons learned are applicable to Nunavut’s inshore fisheries, broader...
The Conference Board of Canada | 27 pages | December 2021 | by Adam Fiser, Oana Spinu, Kiefer Van Mulligen
Cette analyse d'étude de cas met l’accent sur la formation de la main-d'œuvre pour la pêche commerciale en mer au Nunavut, mais les leçons tirées seront aussi utiles pour les pêches...
The Conference Board of Canada | 28 pages | December 2021 | by Adam Fiser, Oana Spinu, Kiefer Van Mulligen
The economic opportunities currently available in Inuit Nunangat are not balanced. Economic opportunities in the region can benefit from Inuit skillsets, strengths, and knowledge...
The Conference Board of Canada | 2 pages | May 2021 | by Twiladawn Stonefish
Les débouchés économiques actuellement disponibles dans l'Inuit Nunangat ne sont pas équilibrés. Les compétences, les forces et les connaissances des Inuits peuvent contribuer...
The Conference Board of Canada | 2 pages | May 2021 | by Twiladawn Stonefish
This report looks at the challenges, benefits, and opportunities created by the LNG Canada project for Indigenous communities in British Columbia.
The Conference Board of Canada | 16 pages | November 2020 | by Kiefer Van Mulligen
This primer identifies general trends in the current population of Indigenous entrepreneurs in Canada, examines the various reasons individuals choose entrepreneurship, and explores...
The Conference Board of Canada | 22 pages | June 2020 | by Darren Gresch, Candice Shaw
How are organizations in Canada working to increase Indigenous representation in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) careers? This primer introduces a novel...
The Conference Board of Canada | 26 pages | June 2020 | by Jane Cooper
Comment les organisations canadiennes améliorent-elles la représentation autochtone dans les carrières en sciences, technologies, génie et mathématiques? Ce condensé présente une...
Le Conference Board du Canada | 30 pages | June 2020 | by Jane Cooper
La croissance économique du Nord canadien est plus rapide que celle du reste du pays. Ce condensé traite des défis auxquels sont toujours confrontés les Autochtones du Nord, qui...
Le Conference Board du Canada | 20 pages | June 2020 | by Oana Spinu
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