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Community Well-Being and Treaties : Trends for First Nation Historic and Modern Treaties

Author Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development Canada
Title Community Well-Being and Treaties : Trends for First Nation Historic and Modern Treaties
Year 2012
ISBN ISSN 978-1-100-21699-7
Publisher Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development Canada
Publisher URL URL
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Place of Publication Ottawa, Ontario
Publication Type Report
Location Online
Pages 4
CRRF Identifier AP-SA-BR-OR-4594
Last modified 2016-05-19
English Abstract

This research brief reviews trends in the well-being of First Nation communities that are part of historic and modern-day treaties, using the Community Well-being Index (CWB). The CWB emphasizes social and economic well-being by measuring the state of education, labour force activity, income and housing in a community. CWB scores range from 0 (lowest well-being) to 100 (highest), with each component having an equal weight in the overall score. See endnotes for further details about Treaties and the CWB methodology.