First Nations

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  • Individuals and communities of native ancestry
  • North American indigenous peoples, Metis and Inuit
  • Records pertaining to and created by First Nations individuals, families, bands, agencies
  • Government agencies and treaties
  • First Nations organizations and businesses
  • First Nations schools and education
  • Issues pertaining to First Nations peoples or history

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1175 Archival description results for First Nations

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"Canada and Oceania"

File consists of a paper titled "Canada and Oceania" presented by Weller at the 2000 Western Social Science Association conference. This file was originally numbered to correspond with conference paper number 109 listed in Weller's CV.

"Canada and South Africa: Policy Options"

File consists of a paper titled "Canada and South Africa: Policy Options" presented by Weller at the 1985 Association for Canadian Studies in the United States conference. This file was originally numbered to correspond with conference paper number 40 listed in Weller's CV.

"Canada as a Circumpolar Power"

File consists of a conference paper by Weller titled "Canada as a Circumpolar Power." This file was originally numbered to correspond with conference paper number 56 listed in Weller's CV.

"Economic Development Initiatives in the Circumpolar North: A Comparative Analysis"

File consists of a conference paper titled "Economic Development Initiatives in the Circumpolar North: A Comparative Analysis" presented by Weller at the Circumpolar Universities Cooperation conference, University of Aberdeen, 24-27 June 1999. This file was originally numbered to correspond with conference paper number 105 listed in Weller's CV.

"Environmental Policy and Political Support in Canada and the United States: A Comparative Analysis"

File consists of a paper titled "Environmental Policy and Political Support in Canada and the United States: A Comparative Analysis" presented by Douglas C. Nord and Weller at the conference "Political Support in Canada: The Crisis Years" and correspondence to Weller regarding publication of the paper. This file was originally numbered to correspond with conference paper number 16 listed in Weller's CV.

"Evaluating Intelligence in Canada"

File consists of a conference paper by Weller titled "Evaluating Intelligence in Canada" and related correspondence. This file was originally numbered to correspond with conference paper number 74 listed in Weller's CV.

"Expansion in the Midst of Retrenchment: British Columbia's Changing University System"

File consists of a paper titled "Expansion in the Midst of Retrenchment: British Columbia's Changing University System" presented by Weller at the Society for Research in Higher Education conference, Heriot Watt University, Edinburgh, Scotland, 12-14 December 1995. This file was originally numbered to correspond with conference paper number 90 listed in Weller's CV.

"First Nation Participation in Canada's Model Forest Program 1992-1997: Accomplishments and Opportunities"

File consists of the "First Nation Participation in Canada's Model Forest Program 1992-1997: Accomplishments and Opportunities" a report prepared by the Canadian Forest Service, Natural Resources Canada. This report describes the First Nations participation in Canada's Model Forest Program with details on the Western Newfoundland Model Forest, the Fundy Model Forest, the Bas-Saint-Laurent Model Forest, the Eastern Ontario Model Forest, Lake Abitibi Model Forest, Manitoba Model Forest, Prince Albert Model Forest, and the Foothills Model Forest.

"From 'Pressure Group Politics' to 'Medical Industrial Complex'"

File consists of a paper titled "From 'Pressure Group Politics to the 'Medical-Industrial Complex'" presented by Weller at the 1976 Southwestern Political Science Association conference and a form from the conference. This file was originally numbered to correspond with conference paper number 4 listed in Weller's CV.

"Frontier Politics: The Case of Northern British Columbia"

File consists of a paper titled "Frontier Politics: The Case of Northern British Columbia" presented by Geoffrey Weller at the Western Regional Science Association conference, Napa. California, 25-29 February 1996. This file was originally numbered to correspond with conference paper number 91 listed in Weller's CV.

"Hagaga : Special Edition"

Newspaper consists of the recto and verso of 2 pages (p. 1-4). It was published in Aiyansh on the Nass River in British Columbia in April 1895 and presents a missionary's perspective of regional First Nations traditions and current affairs of the day.

"Health Policy in Ontario: The Party Positions"

File consists of two copies with different annotations of a paper by Weller titled "Health Policy in Ontario" presented at the conference "Election 1975: What are the Issues? A Conference on Contemporary Issues in Ontario Politics" a pamphlet, correspondence, and a notecard related to the conference. This file was originally numbered to correspond with conference paper number 1 listed in Weller's CV.

"Hinterland Politics: The Case of Northwestern Ontario"

File consists of a paper titled "Hinterland Politics: The Case of Northwestern Ontario" presented by Weller at the 1976 Canadian Political Science conference along with a typed outline of the paper and correspondence regarding Weller's paper proposal. This file was originally numbered to correspond with conference paper number 5 listed in Weller's CV.

"Improving the Quality of Life in Northern British Columbia: The Feasibility of Developing an Integrated Health Care Delivery System for the Region"

File consists of a conference paper titled "Improving the Quality of Life in Northern British Columbia: The Feasibility of Developing an Integrated Health Care Delivery System for the Region" presented by Weller at the International Conference on the Quality of Life held at UNBC, 22-24 August, 1996. This file was originally numbered to correspond with conference paper number 96 listed in Weller's CV.

"Justa - Mayo's Edit"

File consists of a handwritten letter from Mayo Moran to her mother Bridget re: the "Justa" draft (April 6, 1994), an annotated draft of "Justa," "Land Claims" pamphlet produced by the Carrier Sekani Tribal Council, and "Fort St. James Forest District Recreation Map" produced by the Province of British Columbia, Ministry of Forests (Dec. 1991).

"Justa - Roseanne's Edit"

File consists of handwritten note from Roseanne Moran to her mother Bridget re: the "Justa" draft and an annotated draft of "Justa."

"Kemano / Justa"

File consists of newspaper clippings: "Surrender" (The Georgia Straight, July 19-26) "The Kemano deal: scientists, salmon sacrificed" (The Watershed, Nov. 1993) "Carrier-Sekani people speak for the fish" (The Watershed, Nov. 1993) "Alcan bid rejected by Court"(Canadian Press, Sept. 26, 1994) "Kemano hearings concluded" (The Democrat, Autumn, 1994) "What's up with Kemano II" (The Democrat, Spring, 1994) "How Kemano deal came to happen" (The Prince George Citizen, Aug. 13, 1994) "Memos reveal Kemano project conflicts ; editorial comments" (The Prince George Citizen, Oct. 14, 1994) "Kemano battle shifts to Ottawa" (The Prince George Citizen, Dec. 9, 1992) "Scientists condemn Kemano deal" (The Prince George Citizen, May 27, 1994) "North must stick together to protect river" (The Prince George Citizen, Feb. 6, 1993) "Controversy clouds start of hearings" (The Prince George Citizen, Nove. 9, 1993) "Alcan explains contract" (The Prince George Citizen, July 15, 1994) "Fisheries chief stays out of Kemano controversy" (The Prince George Citizen, April 7, 1994) "Kemano hearings reconvene in city" (The Prince George Citizen, July 19, 1994) "Exemption on Kemano ruled illegal" (The Vancouver Sun, May 25, 1993) "Kemano opponents get federal cash" ((The Prince George Citizen, March 31, 1994) "Ottawa joins Kemano project inquiry" ((The Prince George Citizen) "Your Opinion" ((The Prince George Citizen, Oct. 28, 1993) "Kemano hearings almost at an end" (The Prince George Citizen, July 23, 1994) "Siddon proud of Kemano deal" (The Prince George Citizen, July 22, 1994) "Former fisheries minister testifies" (The Prince George Citizen, July 21, 1994) "Social, economic costs of Kemano described here" (The Prince George Citizen, July 20, 1994) "Siddon anticipated" (The Prince George Citizen, July 16, 1994) Editorial comment on the Kemano project by Carolyn Linden (The Prince George Citizen, July 16, 1994) "Pulp mill's effects debated" (The Prince George Citizen, July 13, 1994) "Farming issues raised at Kemano hearing" and "Float plane operators worried about project" (The Prince George Citizen, July 12, 1994) "Vanderhoof wary about Alcan plan" (The Prince George Citizen, July 11, 1994) "Natives seek..." (The Prince George Citizen, June 4, 1994) "Where will the power from Kemano..." (The Prince George Citizen, June 11, 1994) "Scientists testify at inquiry" (The Prince George Citizen) "Threat to Tweedsmuir Park predicted" "Protesters disrupt inquiry" (The Prince George Citizen, June 24, 1994) "Power struggle" (The Weekend Sun, April 23, 1994) "Council rates Nechako 'most endangered river'" and "Alcan finds no evidence of PCB contamination" (Lakes District News, May 18, 1994) "Siddon wanted at hearings" (The Prince George Citizen, May 20, 1994) "Weed growth fears expressed" (The Prince George Citizen, July 8, 1994) "Chemical threat to river feared" (The Prince George Citizen, April 14, 1994) Newspaper advertisement: "Five things you should know about Kemano Completion" (The Weekend Sun, April 23, 1994) "Retired scientist says he was told to support gov't" (The Prince George Citizen, May 12, 1994) "Kemano opponents rifle paper" (The Prince George Citizen) "Court rejects Kemano challenge" (The Prince George Citizen, Feb. 4, 1993) "Kemano probe called 'a sham'" (The Prince George Citizen, April 14, 1994) "Special Kemano 'deals' denied" (The Prince George Citizen, July 15, 1994) "Nechako warning 'ignored' in '86" (The Prince George Citizen, May 4, 1994) "Scientists say deal bad" (The Prince George Citizen, May 7, 1994) "Kemano in jeopardy, gov't hints" (The Prince George Citizen) "Kemano inquiry promise sought" (The Prince George Citizen, July 14, 1994) "Kemano fight pledged" (The Prince George Citizen) "Kemano report 'shocks' natives" (The Prince George Citizen) "Single moms worst off" "Kemano won't be shut down" (The Prince George Citizen, Jan. 20, 1993) "Your Opinion" (The Prince George Citizen, Nov. 25, 1992) "Kemano queries keep group busy" (The Prince George Citizen, March 25, 1993) "Kemano project battle promised" (The Prince George Citizen, Feb. 5, 1993) "Indians get flooding settlement" (The Prince George Citizen, March 17, 1993) "A move to damn cabinet action in dam controversy" (Vancouver Sun, Jun 24, 1993) "Your Opinion" (The Prince George Citizen, April 7, 1993) "Fort Fraser folk just let it all hang out" (The Prince George Citizen, April 10, 1993) "Kemano answers demanded" (The Prince George Citizen, April 5, 1993) "Nechako 'worth more than a few lousy jobs'" (The Prince George Citizen) "Indians gather to reclaim heritage" (The Prince George Citizen, July 7, 1993) "Kemano hearings hit the road" (The Prince George Citizen, July 25, 1994) "Stand rapped" (The Prince George Citizen, Jan. 26, 1992) "Kemano-gov't conflict claimed" (The Prince George Citizen, April 11, 1994) "Natives could join inquiry" (The Prince George Citizen, Jan. 24, 1994) "Gov't kills Kemano project" (The Prince George Citizen, Jan. 23, 1995) "The Kemano decision" (The Prince George Citizen, Jan. 24, 1995)
*"Alcan breaks silence: Kemano decision criticized" and "Long, tiring battle over for Monk" (Prince George This Week, Jan. 29, 1995)

File also includes: River Views: Newsletter of the Allied Rivers Commission, vol.1, issue 2 (May. 1992) including Allied Rivers Commission "Policies and Objectives" (July 10, 1991) and "Nechako River winter flow comparison" River Views: Newsletter of the Allied Rivers Commission, vol.3, issue 1 (Nov. 1993) Blueprint: "Tanizul Timber Ltd. T.F.L 42, updated to 93 / 07 Brian Gardiner, M.P. Campaign '93 Newsletter Gardiner Report - Update by Brian Gardiner, MP re: Fed must act on Kemano. Handwritten note by Bridget Moran re: Kemano project. Newsletter for the Nechacko Environmental Coalition, Edition 1:14 (Mar/April 1993) River Views: Newsletter of the Allied Rivers Commission, vol.2, issue 2 (March 1993)
*Information sheet re: public review of Kemano completion project.

"Local Government in the Canadian Provincial North"

File consists of a paper titled "Local Government in the Canadian Provincial North" presented by Weller at the 1980 Western Social Science Association conference. This file was originally numbered to correspond with conference paper number 14 listed in Weller's CV.

"Local Government in the Yukon and Northwest Territories"

File consists of a paper titled "Local Government in the Yukon and Northwest Territories" presented by Weller at the 1983 Western Social Science Association conference. This file was originally numbered to correspond with conference paper number 25 listed in Weller's CV.

"Managing Canada's North: The Case of the Provincial North"

File consists of a paper titled "Managing Canada's North: The Case of the Provincial North" presented by Weller at the seminar "Managing Canada's North: Challenges and Opportunities" held by the Institute of Public Administration of Canada as well as copies of the paper printed for the seminar in English and French. This file was originally numbered to correspond with conference paper number 26 listed in Weller's CV.

"Marginal landscapes of science? Gender, environments and colonial encounters in 19th and 20th century Australia, Canada, and New Zealand"

File consists of a paper and accompanying notes delivered at the 12th International Conference of Historical Geographers in Auckland, New Zealand in 2003. The paper is entitled "Marginal landscapes of science? Gender, environments and colonial encounters in 19th and 20th century Australia, Canada, and New Zealand."

"McGregor Model Forest: First Nation Youth Programs in the Natural Resource Sector of British Columbia"

File consists of "McGregor Model Forest: First Nation Youth Programs in the Natural Resource Sector of British Columbia" by Brandon W. Prince. Includes case studies of Adams Lake Indian Band (Sexqeltqi'n), Duke Energy: Gas Transmission, the Aboriginal Human Resources Development Strategy, Nicola Valley Institute of Technology - Natural Resources Technology Program, and UBC Summer Forestry Camp for First Nation Youth.

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