Aboriginal Peoples and Resource Development in Northern Alberta
Canadian Institute of Resources Law
This paper is the final component of a multifaceted research project on legal and institutional responses to land and resource use conflicts in Northern Alberta. The paper evaluates the situation of forest-based Aboriginal communities faced with intensifying resource development in the northern boreal region of Alberta. It considers the extent to which the rights and interests of Aboriginal Peoples are acknowledged, protected and accommodated in the provincial resource allocation and development process.
Monique M. Ross, Aboriginal Peoples and Resource Development in Northern Alberta, Occasional Paper No. 12 (Calgary: Canadian Institute of Resources Law, 2003)