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Understanding Indigenous Economic Development in Northern, Rural, and Remote Settings: Frameworks for Change

Organization: 
Community Development Institute, University of Northern British Columbia (UNBC)
Author: 
Eds. Greg Halseth, Julia Schwamborn, Ray Gerow, and Tor Gjertsen

Understanding Indigenous Economic Development in Northern, Rural, and Remote Settings: Frameworks for ChangeAs part of its

Year: 
2011
Format: 
Document
Categories: 
First Nations, Inuit and Métis
Local economy
Regional Development
Rural CED
Source: 
Weblink
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Scaling up community-based research: A case study

Organization: 
University of Victoria, University Canada West, and Simon Fraser University
Author: 
Peter R. Elson, Priscilla Wamucii, andPeter V. Hall

Research for AllCommunity-based research generally focuses on achieving benefits for both communities and researchers on a local, place-based scale. This case study profiles the six-year evolution of a community-based social enterprise sector survey across Canada.

Year: 
2018
Format: 
Case study
Categories: 
Community ownership
Research & Development
Social Economy & Social Enterprise
Theme: 

Provincial Support for CED in Manitoba: The Experience of CED Practitioners

Organization: 
Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives (CCPA)
Author: 
Mara Fridell, Ian Hudson, Mark Hudson and Eduardo Regier

Provincial Support for CED in Manitoba: The Experience of CED PractitionersThis is a study of the previous provincial government’s policy approach to Community Economic Development (CED). Manitoba at the time was described as a leader in CED.

Year: 
2018
Format: 
Research report
Categories: 
Government
Policy Development & Advocacy
Source: 
CCEDNet
Theme: 

Community Investment Funds: Local Investment in British Columbia

Organization: 
School of Public Administration, University of Victoria
Author: 
Behn Skovgaard Andersen

Community Investment Funds Local Investment In British ColumbiaKootenay Employment Services (KES) is a registered Canadian charity with operations in the communities of Creston and Invermere located in south-central British Columbia (BC).

Year: 
2017
Format: 
Research report
Categories: 
Community Capacity Building
Finance
Local economy
Research & Development
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Weblink
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