Innu


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Innu

1. a member of an Algonquian people living in Labrador and northern Quebec
2. the Algonquian language of this people
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Project activities include consultant advisory services that help businesses develop business plans, identifying training needs and opportunities, developing a monitoring system to measure economic benefits of Innu companies, and implementing marketing initiatives to promote IBDC services and Innu companies.
In contrast to the unity of the Haida, Innu and Mi'kmaw, the book also shows how intra-community conflicts inhibited some campaigns.
To examine how the participation of women in EA processes and IBA negotiations influenced the employment experiences of Inuit and Innu women, we used data from an in-depth case study of employment at Voisey's Bay Nickel Mine.
I am reminded of a southern Inuk's bafflement with "a white man's failed journey" (Leonidas Hubbards) through a route that Innu travelled countless times without fanfare.
This is a collection of 15 faces, and 15 poems written by young Innu schoolchildren.
A postscript offers additional data, arising between submission and publication, on the Innu situation and integrates it with the arguments of the book.
In her story about the damming of Quebec's Romaine River, Alexis Lathem quotes a miner from one of the Innu communities whose territory has been deformed forever by hydroelectric development: "It breaks my heart to see what they are doing to the land.
From Canada, Raphael Ponce of Toulouse, France presents a look at an Innu doll in his collection.
As this was a collaborative effort by all parties, LIM wishes to acknowledge Chief Real McKenzie of the Innu Matimekush-Lac John and Chief Louis Einish of the Naspaki Nation of Kawawachikamach, as well as their respective Band Councils, for their leadership, efforts and support during this time.
Para complejizar ese impacto heterogeneo de las dinamicas globales en las diversas regiones, se recupera la agencia de los sujetos sociales (Mapuches en el "Corredor de Los Lagos" e Innu en el Labrador), pero entendiendola en el marco de relaciones sociales de caracter asimetrico.
Anglesey Mining PLC (LSE: AYM), a United Kingdom-based iron ore mining company, has signed a contract with Quebec Innu.
Descended from Anishinaabe, Cree, Innu or Montagnais, Algonquin, Ojibwe, Menominee, Chippewa, (mothers and grandmothers) and European grandfathers, the Metis of Canada are the only mixed -blood peoples to be recognized as being a nation.