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Publication List Using "aboriginal reserves"

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  Assessing Urban Aboriginal Housing Needs in Southern Alberta
(Johnson-Shoyama Graduate School of Public Policy) Currently, more Aboriginal people live in cities than on reserves in western Canada. This population is also growing rapidly with Aboriginal people representing a significant percentage of the overall population in many prairie cities. Many studies have emphasized the over-representation of Aboriginal people in the homeless population, but little work has been conducted to determine how those Aboriginal individuals who currently rent or own homes succeeded in doing so. In this paper, Yale Belanger investigates two primary questions: (1) What current housing conditions are confronting Aboriginal people in Lethbridge, and (2) How do landlords view Aboriginal renters.
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  OC 182/2011 - Federal-Provincial Agreement - $1,100,000 for Flood Damage on Reserve Land (Dispersed by the Ministry of Corrections, Public Safety and Policing to First Nations) Minister of Environment/Minister of Finance)
(Cabinet Secretariat) .
  OC 255/2016 - Mosquito Grizzly Bear’s Head Indian Band Order on Crown Minerals and Crown Mineral Lands Transferred to Canada (Minister of Energy and Resources)
(Cabinet Secretariat) .
  OC 256/2016 - Piapot Indian Band Order on Crown Minerals and Crown Mineral Lands Transferred to Canada (Minister of Energy and Resources)
(Cabinet Secretariat) .
  OC 257/2016 - Yellow Quill Indian Band Order on Crown Minerals and Crown Mineral Lands Transferred to Canada (Minister of Energy and Resources)
(Cabinet Secretariat) .
  OC 519/2010 - Carry The Kettle Indian Band Order on Crown Minerals and Crown Mineral Lands Transferred to Canada (Minister of Energy and Resources)
(Cabinet Secretariat) .
  OC 584/2011 - Fort Qu’Appelle KA-PA-CHEE Centre Inc. Funding Amendment Agreement for $200,000 – Family Aboriginal Courtworker Program (2011-2012 Fiscal Year) (Minister of Justice and Attorney General)
(Cabinet Secretariat) .
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  Rethinking the Jurisdictional Divide: The Marginalization of Urban Aboriginal Communities and Federal Policy Responses
(Johnson-Shoyama Graduate School of Public Policy) The urban Aboriginal population has grown by 50% in the last half century. The federal government’s focus, however, in both spending and policy development has remained on on-reserve populations, even though the federal government’s inability to address poor housing, education and economic opportunities on reserves has been a cause of the urbanization trend.
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  Saskatchewan with an Aboriginal Majority: Education and Entrepreneurship
(Johnson-Shoyama Graduate School of Public Policy) The purpose of this paper is to analyze the economic transformation of the Eastern European immigrants and their descendants and to ask whether it will happen again for Aboriginal people in Saskatchewan.
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  The Charter of Rights and Off-Reserve First Nations People: A Way to Fill the Public Policy Vacuum?
(Johnson-Shoyama Graduate School of Public Policy) Despite frequent talk in government and public policy circles about the need to improve the social outcomes of Aboriginal peoples in Saskatchewan and elsewhere in Canada, bureaucratic wrangling over which level of government should be responsible for providing social programs to Aboriginal peoples, particularly those living off reserves, continues to be the most serious impediment to effective government programming.
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