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Evaluation of Band Works Process at Big Cove: R5-195/1980E-PDF
"In May 1976 the Band Council at Big Cove, New Brunswick, resolved to participate in a new program/process of the Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development(DIAND) called Band Works Process (BWP). Band Works Process was originally developed as a pilot project by DIAND headquarters in 1975. It received its official sanction under Treasury Board authority in 1977 as "a means of pooling departmental, band, and other resources with a view to developing the planning capacities of Indian communities and individuals in their search for long term solutions to employment and community problems"."--Introduction.
|Department/Agency||Indian and Northern Affairs. Indian and Inuit Affairs Program.|
|Title||Evaluation of Band Works Process at Big Cove|
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|Note||"August 1980." Digitized edition from print [produced by Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada].|
|Number of Pages||93,  p.|
|Subject Terms||Indians, Working conditions, Social development|
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