Issues in the North: Volume II

Issues in the North: Volume II

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Issues in the North: Volume II by Jill Oakes

Cultural and economic benefits of Aboriginal resource management; Effects of contaminants on Aboriginal lifestyles; Aboriginal self-government' Decolonization; Implications of restructuring Aboriginal health and services; and, contemporary perspectives on identity. Papers by: Harold Welch; Susan Cosens; Candace Turcotte and Norm Kenkel; David Punter; Kathi Avery Kinew; Rob Huebert; Derek Muir; Chris Egan; Ann Charter; Paul Chartrand; Phil Fontaine; Pete Hudson; Marian Campbell; Jill Oakes and Wanda Wuttunee; Brian Malchy and Murray Enns; Karen McSwain; Olva Odlum; Nadja-Lynn Schultz, Marie Tarrant; Sharon Blady; Virginia Petch; and Florence Bruyere.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781896445045
Publisher: The University of Alberta Press
Publication date: 01/01/1997
Series: Occasional Publications Series
Pages: 224
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.44(d)

About the Author

Dr. Oakes is Professor in the Department of Environment and Geology at the University of Manitoba. She studies the relationships between people, belief systems, and the environment. She is also interested in the meaning and importance of traditional activities, and works to document the traditional knowledge of First Nations elders.

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