first nation prosperity

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Government should allow First Nations to freely compete in gaming industry

Casino revenues from remote locations are not large enough to be economically transformative.

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Struggling First Nations share common characteristics

Most First Nations are in remote locations where natural resource development is the only likely source of economic advancement.

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B.C. First Nation’s prosperity offers important lessons to other First Nations

Westbank took investment decisions away from chief and council and gave them to a more independent board.

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Government spending will not increase the wealth of First Nations

Leasing band land to generate own-source revenue is a crucial factor in First Nation prosperity.

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Fort McKay has prospered by selling services to oilsands corporations.