Resource Rulers Book Reviews in Early 2014

Two important and independent book reviews of Resource Rulers, both representing a generation younger than the author, have recently issued and are surprisingly insightful. Here’s the take by editor owner Lisa Charleyboy of Urban Native Magazine. Read Lisa’s review. Resource Rulers gave me a great sense of understanding of this intersection and the important role that Aboriginal people...

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Resource Rulers – Required Reading for Mining Execs

Resource World Magazine Editor, Ellsworth Dickson recently reviewed Resource Rulers. The verdict? Ellsworth calls it “required reading for mining execs.” The full editorial is available below and copies of the book can be purchased here. Buy Now Read the...

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Corporate & Native Resource Update: February 2013 Mid Report

Mid-February 2013 Report: Corporate – Crown – Native – Resource Issues from the perspective of Resource Rulers: Fortune and Folly on Canada’s Road to Resources   Keystone XL, Obama, Oilsands: Resource Rulers readers have already seen how Treaty 1 strategists raced to the White House (after a legal challenge in which CAPP stated in filed documents that it was ‘adverse...

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Corporate & Native Resource Update: January 2013

January 2013 Report: Corporate – Crown – Native – Resource Issues from the perspective of Resource Rulers: Fortune and Folly on Canada’s Road to Resources   Chief Theresa Spence / native legal winning streak: During her 45 day fast, natives won five high-level court rulings in BC, Yukon, Manitoba, Ottawa; they advanced to the Supreme Court of Canada on a key land title...

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Corporate & Native Resource Update: December 2012

December 2012 reviewed from the perspective of Resource Rulers: Fortune and Folly on Canada’s Road to Resources picking up after the Canadian Aboriginal Minerals Association (CAMA Conference) in Toronto.   Nov 19: NRCan Minister Joe Oliver gave the opening address at CAMA saying: “new projects represent a total investment of more than $650 billion and offer the potential for significant...

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