8 record(s) found with the tag "community planning" (multi-year projects are grouped):
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Aklavik Community Economic Sustainable Development Plan
Principal Investigator: Kolausok, Edwin D
Licensed Year(s): 2009
Summary: This licence is being issued for the scientific research application No. 1141. The goal of the research project is to research and compile the requirements for the production of an Aklavik Community Economic Sustainable Development Plan (ACESDP) for the community of Aklavik. A "Grounded Theory" methodology will be used in this research project. The research will primarily be conducted...

Policy and Planning for Ancestral language literacy in Inuvialuit and Gwich'in communities.
Principal Investigator: Bourcier, Andre
Licensed Year(s): 1997
Summary: The goal of this project to discuss with the communities what their respective linguistic needs are and to propose a series of recommendations for linguists and cultural officers regarding their linguistic intervention in these communities. The first part of this study will be an assessment of the means made available to the communities by the authorities. The researcher will then try to determine...

Organizational Constraints and opportunities of Entrepreneurial Tourism Activity in the Western Arctic
Principal Investigator: Zimmerman, Dennis
Licensed Year(s): 1997
Summary: The research is designed to provide a potential "streamlined" model for the application and approval process of tourism entrepreneurs in the western arctic. The researcher will be based in Inuvik. Data collection to be used: literature and document review, key informant interviews, participant observation and personal journal. Researcher will conduct approximately 20 interviews with government o...

Aboriginal Women's Roles in Forest-Dependent Communities
Principal Investigator: Korber, Dianne
Licensed 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...

Use of Geographic Information Systems in Aboriginal Communities
Principal Investigator: Gibson, Bob
Licensed Year(s): 1995
Summary: Review internal documents concerning planning processes and decisions which will be used to study how GIS are used in aboriginal lands and resource planning; info gathered and this process will be reviewed to understand the nature of TK for the community; people involved in planning and GIS activities will be interviewed so that their understandings of how the systems fit into planning & how probl...

Urban Planning and Life Between the Houses
Principal Investigator: Bisgaard, Inngi
Licensed Year(s): 1991
Summary: The Researcher will continue to study urban planning in arctic areas. This field season investigation will include how people use outdoor spaces in relation to weather, destinations and playgrounds....

Town Planning in the Rural Communities of the Northwest Territories
Principal Investigator: Campbell, Gail
Licensed Year(s): 1988
Summary: Ms. Campbell will be interviewing people about town planning in the Northwest Territories. Her research will be used to produce a Master's thesis....

Development planning in the eastern Arctic: The Role of Communities in a Comprehensive Development Strategy under the Nunavut Government
Principal Investigator: Swiderski, Andy
Licensed Year(s): 1988 1987
Summary: To complete a two-phase community profile by outlining the statistical information on the economic base, the social demographic structure of the communities, and the people's perceptions of development and how they see community regional development proceeding under the current structure; to compare this to anticipated or perceived changes under the Nunavut government...