Toward Indigenous Planning? First Nation Community Planning in Saskatchewan, Canada

Journal of Planning Education and Research 36(4): 1-11, 2015

By: , Robert Innes
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Social Equity

This article studies community planning efforts in Canadian First Nation reserves to explore the ways indigenous planning principles interact with settler planning processes. It found that while this effort was an important first step in advancing indigenous planning, it still reproduced settler authority and control. It also shares how Western planning institutions might reform their administrative and decision-making processes to better serve First Nation communities.