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Aboriginal Involvement Program

The Aboriginal Involvement Program began in 2000 and ran until 2010 with the goal of improving land management by facilitating collaboration between indigenous communities, industry, and government.

The program worked with indigenous communities, resource-based industries and the Province of Alberta to develop a process that better involved indigenous communities in land management decisions.

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FRI-day Brown Bag Lunch Speaker Series #5: Aborigi...

The next presentation in our Brown Bag Lunch Speaker Series is Friday January 15th, 2010. The speaker is Aaron Jones with Hinton Wood Products, A division of West Fraser Mills Ltd. Bring your lunch, a friend and come hear a partner perspective of the value of this program. For more information on the brown bag lunch lecture click here.        

AIP Referral Process Overview

Presentation on the referral process, how data is collected and managed, the challenges associated with the process, and future opportunities.

Aboriginal Involvement Program - FRI AGM 2009

Presentation given at the 2009 FRI AGM on accomplishments, strategies, project results, and future directions of the Aboriginal Involvement Program.

Aboriginal Involvement Program - FRI AGM 2008

Presentation given at the 2008 FRI AGM on accomplishments, strategies, context, specifics and future directions of the Aboriginal Involvement Program.

Melissa Pattison

Research Staff

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