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Spring 2009  The Northern Review  - Special Collection: The Social Economy of Northern Canada
The Northern Review, a peer-reviewed journal with a northern focus, has published it's spring issue devoted to the social economy of northern Canada. For a copy of this issue please contact vwalker@yukoncollege.yk.ca. Articles include:

  • Introduction: The Social Economy and Economic Development in Northern Canada, Chris Southcott
  • A Portrait of the Social Economy in Northern Canada, Chris Southcott & Valoree Walker
  • The State and the Northern Social Economy: Research Prospects, Frances Abele
  • What Has Been Learned Should be Studied and Passed On: Why the Northern Co-operative Experience Needs to be Considered More Seriously, Ian MacPherson
  • Subsistence and the Social Economy of Canada's Aboriginal North, David C. Natcher
  • The Social Economy and a Special Event: Community Involvement in the Whitehorse 2007 Canada Winter Games, Margaret Johnston & G. David Twynam
  • Statistical Information Pertaining to Socio-Economic Conditions of Northern Aboriginal People in Canada: Sources and Limitations, Senada Delic

The articles can be accessed online through Open Journals System site and through the SSHRC-funded synergies project:

Completed Research project:
"The Relationship of the Social Economy to Community Development and Park Creation: A Case Study in Lutsel K'e, Northwest Territories." Final reports available at: http://lutselkeandthaidenenene.wordpress.com/documents/

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