2 edition of Socio-economic profile of aboriginal co-operatives in Canada found in the catalog.
Socio-economic profile of aboriginal co-operatives in Canada
Canada. Agriculture and Agri-Food.
|Statement||by Bachir Belhadji.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||82 p. ; 28 cm.|
|Number of Pages||82|
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From co-operatives have played important and diverse roles in their communities. Future Challenges Aboriginal co-operatives have secured funding from a variety of sources, but there is a need for greater collaboration with government funding sources, Aboriginal economic organizations, and the co-operative sector.
There is need for more. Additionally, it featured eleven appendices: Socio-Economic Profile of Aboriginal Co-ops in Canada, Analysis of the Policy Environment for Aboriginal Co-operative Development, Co-operatives in Québec Aboriginal Communities: Review of the Literature, Co-operatives and Communities: Some Theoretical Considerations, the ICA Statement on the Co.
Inthere were approximately co-operatives in Canada in which the membership was identified as being predominantly Aboriginal.
According to the report on the “Socio-Economic Profile of Aboriginal Co-operatives in Canada” (January ), Aboriginal co-ops were concentrated in Quebec.
socioeconomic performance in Aboriginal cooperatives, and examines that performance in comparison to Canadian consumer coops and retail sector. It finds that almost all residents are members; that Aboriginal coops are most active in the retail sector; that co ops are consistent form of social business in Aboriginal communities.
This paper is part of a larger research study on the Aboriginal co-operative movement (A Reporton Aboriginal Co-operatives in Canada: Current Situation and Potential for Growth). The study was initiated by the Canadian Co-operative Association (CCA) and le Conseil Canadian de la coopération (CCC).
Indigenous Cooperatives in Canada: The Complex Relationship Between Cooperatives, Community Economic Development, Colonization, and Culture. This paper describes the intersection of the cooperative movement and Indigenous communities in : Ushnish Sengupta.
Belhadji, B. () Socio-Economic Profile of Aboriginal Co-operatives in Canada, Ottawa: Government of Canada, Co-operatives Secretariat. Available to download from:Author: Jan Myers.
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Get this from a library. Socio-economic profile of aboriginal co-operatives in Canada. [El Bachir A Belhadji; Canada. Co-operatives Secretariat.]. Aboriginal peoples - First Nation, Inuit and Métis - in Canada are less than 24 years old. While personal income remains lower for the Aboriginal population in Canada, it is growing at a faster rate than that for the non-Aboriginal population.
The average personal income for Aboriginal people in Canada has increased by $2, growing by. Co-operatives, credit unions and co-operative insurance companies had a direct economic impact (GDP) of $22, million in – and through spinoff impacts, the overall impact to the Canadian economy was $54, million.
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