Cover of Protest and Partnership, published by University of Calgary Press

Protest and Partnership

Case Studies of Indigenous Peoples, Consultation and Engagement, and Resource Development in Canada

by ed. Jennifer Winter and Brendan Boyd

University of Calgary Press


Non-Fiction: Indigenous

CDN: $38.99


The development of equitable relationships and outcomes among Indigenous communities, resource development companies, and governments in Canada is slow and uneven. Protest and Partnership brings together expert contributors to ask what works—and what doesn’t—in these relationships. It explores what processes lead to greater involvement and control in decision-making by Indigenous Peoples and the establishment of mutually beneficial partnerships.

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