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Special issue: Dealing with Resource Development in Canada's North

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Two papers of this special issue on «Dealing with Resource Development in Canada's North» are written by our members : «Mining Economies: Inuit Business Development and...

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From Consultation to Consent: The Politics of Indigenous Participatory Rights in Canada

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In this chapter, Martin Papillon and Thierry Rodon focus on the implementation of free, prior and informed consent in the Canadian context.

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The Transformative Potential of Indigenous- Driven Approaches to Implementing Free, Prior and Informed Consent: Lessons from Two Canadian Cases

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Building on two case studies, a mining policy adopted by the Cree Nation of James Bay and a community-driven impact assessment process established by the Squamish Nation, Martin Papillon and Thierry Rodon demonstrate in this...

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Indigenous peoples’ relationships to large-scale mining in post/colonial contexts: Toward multidisciplinary comparative perspectives

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The authors (Leah S. Horowitz, Arn Keeling, Francis Lévesque, Thierry Rodon, Stephan Schott and Sophie Thériault) discuss differences in legal regimes governing Indigenous peoples’ rights and implications of those rights for negotiations over...

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Development in Nunavik: How Regional and Local Initiatives Redefine Sustainable Development in Nunavik

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In this paper, Thierry Rodon analyzes how local and regional initiatives (Midwifery Program, Childcare, Preparation for Post-Secondary Education,...

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Governance of Arctic Offshore Oil and Gas

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In the chapter "Offshore Development and Inuit Rights in Inuit Nunangat", Thierry Rodon analyzes the Inuit community of Clyde River and their mayor Jerry Natanine’s resistance to seismic testing in the sea within their region.

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