Class Notes (1,100,000)
CA (620,000)
U of S (3,000)
INDG (40)
Lecture 21

INDG 265.3 Lecture 21: INDG 265.3 Notes from 03.15.16


Department
Indigenous Studies
Course Code
INDG 265
Professor
Beatty Bonita
Lecture
21

This preview shows half of the first page. to view the full 2 pages of the document.
INDG 265.3
March 15, 2016
Topic: Presentations on North Related development projects.
---
Presentation 1:
-5 bands of Dene people in Northwest Territories.
-"Copper woman story"
-Economic mining began in 1930's in Northwest Territories.
-Metis make up majority in the Northwest Territories.
-Issue is that companies are not employing a lot of FN residents, but rather non-FN people from
southern areas. Therefore, Ab people are not able to play a role in decision making/caring for
environment.
-Younger generation are worried more about conserving cutlure, but also sustaining themselves
financially and economic development.
---
Presentation 2:
-Internet use in the north is very limited.
-Current development is to bring fibre-optic high speed internet to these Northern communities.
-Nunavut Broadband Development Corporation. Not-for-profit organization that is run by
volunteers.
-Lack of information to further education.
---
Presentation 3:
-Diamond mine. Began in 1999.
-Negotiate agreements with FN people of region to improve socioeconomic conditions.
-Mine has over 700 ppl in employed with 60% FN people from region.
-Representatives from each band are involved in decision making. Not just one or two!
You're Reading a Preview

Unlock to view full version