Special Collection: The Social Economy of Northern Canada

Introduction: The Social Economy and Economic Development in Northern Canada, Chris Southcott

A Portrait of the Social Economy in Northern Canada, Chris Southcott & Valoree Walker

The State and the Northern Social Economy: Research Prospects, Frances Abele

What Has Been Learned Should be Studied and Passed On: Why the Northern Co-operative Experience Needs to be Considered More Seriously, Ian MacPherson

Subsistence and the Social Economy of Canada’s Aboriginal North, David C. Natcher

The Social Economy and a Special Event: Community Involvement in the Whitehorse 2007 Canada Winter Games, Margaret Johnston & G. David Twynam

Statistical Information Pertaining to Socio-Economic Conditions of Northern Aboriginal People in Canada: Sources and Limitations, Senada Delic

General Articles:

Siida and Traditional Sámi Reindeer Herding Knowledge, Mikkel Nils Sara

Re-appraising Canada’s Northern “Internal Colonies,” Andrew P. Hodgkins

Nunavut, the Unfulfilled Dream: The Arduous Path Towards Socio-Economic Autonomy, André Légaré

The Northern Review is published by Yukon College in Whitehorse, Yukon, Canada. This issue is partially funded by the Social Economy Research Network of Northern Canada (SERNNoCa).