Economic Development Information and Analysis
Helps companies improve their Indigenous inclusion performance with a competency based workplace inclusion system.
The Economic Partnerships portfolio focuses on Economic Development, Resource Revenue Sharing options, Labour Force and Human Resources Development, Connectivity, and proposes increased activity on building revenue options.
Seeks to facilitate positive and sustainable relations between the business sector and the Aboriginal business communities.
The foremost independent, evidence-based, not-for-profit applied research organization in Canada.
The FNTC operates in the larger context of First Nation issues which goes beyond property tax. The FNTC is concerned with reducing the barriers to economic development on First Nation lands, increasing investor certainty, and enabling First Nations to be part of their regional economies. The FNTC is working to fill the institutional vacuum that has prevented First Nations from participating in the market economy and creating a national regulatory framework for First Nation tax systems that meets or beats the standards of provinces.
The Harvard Project aims to understand and foster the conditions under which sustained, self-determined social and economic development is achieved among American Indian nations through applied research and service.
Indigenous Economic Development E-newsletters
Provides training to build leadership capacity in Indigenous people. Founder and organizer of the annual World Indigenous Business Forum.
Provides up-to-date reports, statistical analysis, and economic benchmarking. Hosts an interactive map of key indicators.
AANDC 2012 PPT Presentation to the Saskatchewan Mining Association on Strategic Context, Active Measures and Strategic Opportunities.
A subsidiary of the Conference Board of Canada that focuses on issues relevant to Saskatchewan that also realize impacts to policy and society throughout Canada. Expertise in economic analysis and forecasting, public policy research, and organizational performance to address themes of leadership, governance, innovation, competitiveness, and more.
Saskatoon’s economic development agency. Research section includes economic data and news.
Statistical data on a number of indicators and themes for the total Aboriginal population and each of First Nations, Métis and Inuit.
Paper based on 1996 RCAP; gives a brief description of different types of Aboriginal economies, so that the diversity and complexity of the task of achieving economic development is better understood; discusses some of the pre-conditions for rebuilding Aboriginal economies; gives an overview of the perspective and recommendations put forward by the Royal Commission in its final report on the concrete steps that need to be taken to rebuild Aboriginal economies.
The Tulo Centre of Indigenous Economics is a not-for-profit institution dedicated to delivering certificate and diploma programs in First Nations Tax Administration, First Nations Economics and eventually First Nations Public Finance. The Tulo Centre will create capacity to build the legal, administrative and technical frameworks for markets to work on indigenous lands. Tulo offers flexible programming both in class and on-line through our Partnership with Thompson Rivers University in Kamloops.