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CHPT 7 Aboriginal Perspectives on the Social Economy

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Kristine Lalonde

on 8 March 2016

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Transcript of CHPT 7 Aboriginal Perspectives on the Social Economy

Thank You
Discussion and Questions
-Warm up, what do you all think?
Working Definition for Social Economy Terms
Relevance to the Aboriginal Development Experience
Case studies
study #1 -Goodfish Lake Development corporation
-Solved problem
-Met needs
-Roles for everyone
-Band and business need
-Understands community needs [scheduling needs
-most important-economic and social welfare of community
CHPT 7 Aboriginal Perspectives on the Social Economy
Background Information
-History of marginalization and racism
-Negative stereotypes
Public and Civil Society Sector
-Long painful history
-Indian Act
-made it difficult to move forward
-Mainstreaming culture
-gaps and efforts

Kristine Lalonde
-Population rose 3.8 of total population in 2006
-Largest population of Aboriginals in territories and prairie provinces
-> Nunavut 85% decreasing as you go west to Alberta 6%
->Although most live north and west fastest increase happened East of Manitoba
-48% 24 and under vs 31% 24 and under non-aboriginals
-Increase in urban population although still strongly rural
-Social enterprises
Private Sector
-More than 20,000 Aboriginal-owned businesses in Canada
-on-reserve communities->operate within a legal framework which causes problems financially
-partnerships with councils which usually has a goal that creates a healthy economic community

Study #2- Donna Cona Inc
-preconceptions of types of businesses
-overcoming negative stereotypes

Study #3-
- excellent I.E of for profit co-op
-Both residents and Winnipeg
-Transforms oppression into economically and socially healthy
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