Marking the one-year anniversary of the first Idle No More teach-in in Saskatchewan, this session hosted by Dr. Priscilla Settee of the University of Saskatchewan presents Winona Laduke from White Earth Land Recovery Project.
It is time. It is time to increase the visibility, role, and responsibility of the emerging modern Indigenous economy and the people involved. This is the foundation for economic reconciliation….
National Indigenous Economic Strategy
A blueprint for inclusion of Indigenous Peoples in the Canadian economy, this Strategy presents four Strategic Pathways supported by 107 Calls to Economic Prosperity. Indigenous-led and driven, this Strategy guides…
A Black Perspective on Canada’s Third Sector: Case Studies on Women Leaders in the Social Economy
While many Black Canadian women are innovators in the third sector, the contributions of Black people to the social economy go largely unnoticed in the academic literature. The social economy…