Characteristics of Mackenzie Delta natives and their relationship to employment policies / by K. Bowles.: R5-200/1974E-PDF

"The Northern Development Policy 1971-81, approved by Cabinet 15 July, 1971, stressed the development of employment programs for Northern Indians, Inuit and Metis. Ten guidelines were issued, the first four of which centred specifically on employment, education and training."--Introduction.

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Department/Agency Canada. Indian and Northern Affairs Canada.
Northern Development Program (Canada)
Title Characteristics of Mackenzie Delta natives and their relationship to employment policies / by K. Bowles.
Publication type Monograph
Language [English]
Format Electronic
Electronic document

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Note(s) "August 1974."
Title from cover.
Digitized edition from print [produced by Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada].
"Extracted from: "Natives and outsiders: pluralism and the culture of marginality in the Mackenzie River Delta" by Dr. Derek G. Smith, to be published by the Department of Indian and Northern Affairs."--Cover.
Publishing information [Ottawa?] : Department of Indian and Northern Affairs, Northern Development Program, Territorial and Social Development Branch, 1974.
Author / Contributor Bowles, K. W.
Smith, Derek G.
Description 38 p.
Catalogue number
  • R5-200/1974E-PDF
Subject terms Aboriginal peoples, Employment opportunities, Northern development

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