77 record(s) found with the tag "socio-economics" (multi-year projects are grouped):
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Crafting Culture: Women's Work in the Canadian Arctic
Principal Investigator: Driscoll Engelstad, Bernadette
Licenced Year(s): 1996
Summary: Data is collected through interviews. Topics include sewing activitiy; clothing production for family use and/or sale; history of clothing change; fur preparation and household hunting activity; graphic art production; craft production; household income and disbursement; domestic responsibilities; community employment statistics and opportunities; current interest in sewing, clothing production b...

Phase 3 Environmental Baseline Program, Diavik Diamond Project, Lac de Gras, NWT
Principal Investigator: Digel, Mark
Licenced Year(s): 1996 1995
Summary: Methods of data collection will include water quality and bottom sampling in Lac de Gras and Lac du Sauvage; automatic and manual water level recordings; bathometric work; automatic weather stations and the monitoring of air-borne particles and visibility; continuation of baseline studies of soils and terrain, and vegetation; fish population, habitat, health, and spawning habits studies; baseline ...

Aboriginal Women's Roles in Forest-Dependent Communities
Principal Investigator: Korber, Dianne
Licenced Year(s): 1996
Summary: Data will be collected in the form of formal and informal interviews, and participant-observations. The sampling size for Wrigley will be close to full census of adults (age 15 years or over) population (110 people). The sampling size in Fort Providence will be a selected sample based on key informants' knowledge of local participation in subsistence, forestry and community activities, and rando...

Aboriginal Tourism: Canadian and International Perspectives
Principal Investigator: Notzke, Claudia
Licenced Year(s): 1995
Summary: The researcher will administer a questionnaire to visitors in the campground, in hotels and on tours; interview federal and territorial government officials, members of the Joint Secretariat and Renewable Resource Committees; and individuals active in the tourism industry. The researcher will also sample one or two day trips out of Inuvik (as a "participant observer"), and visit Tuktoyaktuk to lo...

Aboriginal Co-Management of Non-Renewable Resources on Traditional or Treaty Territory: Conservation or Development.
Principal Investigator: Campbell, Tracy
Licenced Year(s): 1995
Summary: The researcher will conduct interviews with the working group who participated in the Community Conservation Plan (CCP) process in Inuvik. This data will be compared with data gathered through interviews with those involved in the emerging co-management dialogue within Treaty 8 Territory in northern British Columbia. Direct examination of supporting documentation will also be undertaken....

Management of Northern Rivers for Recreation: An Assessment of Carrying Capacity and Management Strategies for the Mountain and Keele River Systems in the Sahtu Region, NWT.
Principal Investigator: Hagg, Richard
Licenced Year(s): 1995 1994
Summary: The researcher will administer a questionnaire to river users Interviews will be conducted to survey community interests, commercial interests. Present government policies for river management will be researched. The researcher will also survey information from Nahanni National Park and conduct interviews with Canadian Parks Service Administration in order to assess the carrying capacity and man...

Implementing the Environmental Assessment Provisions of Comprehensive Aboriginal Land Claim Settlements
Principal Investigator: Keith, Robert
Licenced Year(s): 1994
Summary: The research will consist of the examination of files, minutes and other public records of the Environmental Impact Review Board formed under the Inuvialuit Final Agreement. These records are kept in Inuvik, NWT. The objective of this study is to identify principals and organizational design criteria for the sucessful implementation of the environmental assessment provisions of comprehensive land ...

Co-management and Political Autonomy of Aboriginal Peoples of Canada
Principal Investigator: Rodon, Thierry
Licenced Year(s): 1994 1993
Summary: The researcher will conduct interviews with the members of the Nunavut Wildlife Board and the former Nunavut Wildlife Management Advisory Board. This project will focus on the co-management structures established by the Inuvialuit Fianl Agreement, the James Bay & Northern Quebec Agreement & the Nunavut Final Agreement. The researcher will evaluate the influence that institutions of co-management h...

Renewable Resource Policies in Nunavut: Relevancy Under A Changing Climate
Principal Investigator: Everest, Carmen
Licenced Year(s): 1994
Summary: The researcher will conduct interviews in several communities The intent of these interviews is to determine current and predicted soci-economic consequences of climate-imposed variations in wildlife habitat and to discuss with policy makers the necessary steps required to ensure that negative socio-economic consequences be minimized through effective and flexible wildlife policies in Nunavut....

Inuit subsistence in the 1990's: Harvesting, land use and society at Clyde River
Principal Investigator: Wenzel, George W.
Licenced Year(s): 1994
Summary: The researchers are interested in understanding how subsistence hunting contributes to Inuit society in Clyde River. Data will be collected from selected households over the next 3 years on harvesting activities and land use. This information will be used to understand how subsistence and wage economy activities have developed into a mixed economy, and to determine future economic trends based on...