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I Will Live for Both of Us

A History of Colonialism, Uranium Mining, and Inuit Resistance

Joan Scottie (Author), Warren Bernauer (Author), Jack Hicks (Author)

Joan Scottie's I Will Live for Both of Us is a reflection on recent political and environmental history and a call for a future in which Inuit traditional laws and values are respected and upheld.

In Our Backyard

Keeyask and the Legacy of Hydroelectric Development

Aimée Craft (Editor), Jill Blakley (Editor)

In Our Backyard tells the story of the Keeyask dam and accompanying development on the Nelson River from the perspective of Indigenous peoples, academics, scientists, and regulators.

Dammed

The Politics of Loss and Survival in Anishinaabe Territory

Brittany Luby (Author)

Dammed explores Canada’s hydroelectric boom in the Lake of the Woods area. It complicates narratives of increasing affluence in postwar Canada, revealing that the inverse was true for Indigenous communities along the Winnipeg River.

Stephen Brooks (Editor), Andrea Olive (Editor)

Canada and the United States share a border that spans several of the world's major watersheds and encompasses the largest reserves of fresh water on the planet. The contributors to this volume examine the state of the existing transboundary relationship between Canada and the United States.

Growing Community Forests

Practice, Research, and Advocacy in Canada

Ryan Bullock (Editor), Gayle Broad (Editor), Lynn Palmer (Editor) + others

Canada is experiencing an unparalleled crisis involving forests and communities across the country. The creation of community forests is one path that promises to build resilience in forest communities and ecosystems.

Farmland Preservation (2nd Edition)

Land for Future Generations

Wayne J. Caldwell (Editor), Stew Hilts (Editor), Bronwynne Wilton (Editor)

Farmland preservation speaks to the need to preserve the agricultural land base for future generations.

Fault Lines

Life and Landscape in Saskatchewan's Oil Economy

Emily Eaton (Author), Valerie Zink (Photographs)

Planning for Rural Resilience

Coping with Climate Change and Energy Futures

Wayne J. Caldwell (Editor), Wayne Caldwell (Contributor), Erica Ferguson (Contributor) + others

Planning for Rural Resilience asks central questions about the nature of change and the ability to adapt in rural regions. While change is often feared, communities have capacity that can be rallied, harnessed, and turned towards planning policy and action that responds to threats to the future.

Mind's Eye

Stories from Whapmagoostui

Susan Marshall (Editor), Emily Masty (Editor)

Based on over two decades of extensive interviews, Mind’s Eye documents the stories told by eighteen Cree elders in Whapmagoostui. From testimonies about battles with the Inuit and early contact with Europeans, to simple descriptions of playing games and making caribou-skin coats, these stories record the history of the James Bay Cree.

Power Struggles

Hydro Development and First Nations in Manitoba and Quebec

Thibault Martin (Editor), Steven M. Hoffman (Editor)

Power Struggles: Hydro Development and First Nations in Manitoba and Quebec examines the evolution of new agreements between First Nations and Inuit and the hydro corporations in Quebec and Manitoba, including the Wuskwatim Dam Project, Paix des Braves, and the Great Whale Project.

Formidable Heritage

Manitoba's North and the Cost of Development

Jim Mochoruk (Author)

For many politicians and developers, "to make something" of the North came to mean thinking of the North as an empty hinterland waiting to be exploited, and today, hydroelectric projects, mining, milling, pulp and paper, and other industries have changed much of the North beyond recognition.

As Long as the Rivers Run

Hydroelectric Development and Native Communities

James B. Waldram (Author)