Native socio-economic development in Canada : adaptation, accessibility and opportunity
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To Make Good Canadians: Girl Guiding in Indian Residential Schools McCallum, Mary Jane (University of WinnipegTrent University, Peterborough, Ontario, Canada, 2002-05)Between 1910 and 1970, the Guide movement became active and, indeed, prolific in Indian residential, day, and hostel schools, sanatoriums, reserves and Northern communities throughout Canada. In these contexts, Guiding ...
Renewed Spirit in Winnipeg's North End: An emerging Aboriginal young adult co-creative leadership model Compton, Adel (University of WinnipegUniversity of Winnipeg, 2014-09-02)This thesis argues that the Winnipeg youth movement, “Meet Me at the Bell Tower” (MMBT), offers a new form of spiritual, cultural, and political renewal. Qualitative data drawn from interviews of youth leaders in this ...