Globalisation and the Dene First Nations of Canada

By Leo-Paul Dana, Robert B Anderson and Aldene Meis Mason.

Published by The Global Studies Journal

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This paper gives an account of what Dene residents of the Sahtu Region have to say about globalisation and petroleum development. Starting in 2005, we interviewed people across the Sahtu Region. Respondents recognize the short-term advantages of building a pipeline, but they are concerned about the long-term impact on the environment that ensures their livelihood.

Keywords: Arctic Gas, Caribou, Dene, Development, First Nations, Gas, Great Bear Lake, Mackenzie Gas Project, Mackenzie River, NWT, Oil, Petroleum, Pipeline, Sahtu

Global Studies Journal, Volume 1, Issue 2, pp.71-78. Article: Print (Spiral Bound). Article: Electronic (PDF File; 542.907KB).

Prof. Leo-Paul Dana

Professor, GSCM-Montpellier Business School, University of Canterbury, Sumner, Canterbury, New Zealand

Professor Leo Paul Dana is on leave from the University of Canterbury. This was paper was written at GSCM-Montpellier Business School. Dr. Dana was formerly Deputy Director of the International Business M.B.A. Programme at Singapore’s Nanyang Business School. He also served on the faculties of McGill University and INSEAD. He holds B.A. and M.B.A. degrees from McGill University, and a Ph.D. from the Ecole des Hautes Etudes Commerciales (HEC) Montreal. He has an extensive research background studying entrepreneurship in different cultures and is the author of a number of books and articles on the subject.

Robert B Anderson

University of Regina, Canada

Robert Brent Anderson is Editor of the Journal of Small Business and Entrepreneurship and Co-editor of the Journal of Aboriginal Economic Development. He is a former President of the Canadian Council for Small Business and Entrepreneurship and a Director of the International Council for Small Business. Anderson is a Professor with the Faculty of Business Administration of the University of Regina, in Saskatchewan, Canada.

Aldene Meis Mason

University of Regina, Canada

Aldene Meis Mason is a doctoral candidate in the Department of Management at the University of Canterbury in Christchurch, New Zealand and a Lecturer with the Faculty of Business Administration at the University of Regina. Her research interests are sustainable indigenous entrepreneurship, cultural adaptation and innovation, business strategy and strategic human resource management.

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