Arctic Yearbook 2014 - Page 570

570 Arctic Yearbook 2014 Petrov, A. (2010). Post-staple Bust: Modeling Economic Effects of Mine Closures and PostMine Demographic Shift in an Arctic Economy (Yukon). Polar Geography. 33(1-2): 39-61. Privy Council Office (Canada). (2010). Difference Between Canadian Provinces and Territories. Retrieved from: Querenguesser, T. J. (2013). Boundaries of Identity: The boundaries of unity: Implications of proposed reforms to the Mackenzie Valley Resource Management Act for the future boundaries of the Northwest Territories. Unpublished MRP. Trent University, Peterborough, Ontario, Canada. Robidoux, M.C. (2004). Geomatics and Traditional Knowledge – Liidlii Ku’e First Nation. International Federation of Surveyors, article of the month. Accessed Nov 6, 2009 Said, E. (1993). Culture and Imperialism. London: Vintage Books. Simon, M. (2009). Inuit and the Canadian Arctic: Sovereignty Begins at Home. Journal of Canadian Studies. 43(2): 250-263. Stevenson, M. 2004. Decolonizing Co-management in Northern Canada. Cultural Survival Quarterly. 28(1): 68–72. Stuhl, A. (2013). The Politics of the New North: Putting History and Geography at Stake in Arctic Futures. The Polar Journal. 3(1): 94-119. Usher, P.J. (2003). Environment, Race, and Nation Reconsidered: Reflections on Aboriginal Land Claims in Canada. The Canadian Geographer. 47(4): 365-382. Vongdouangchanh, Bea. 2006. Cabinet Waiting for Defense Department's 10-Year Arctic Military Plan: O'Connor. October 16, Policy Briefing: Canada’s North. Retrieved from on July 1, 2013. Watkins, M. (ed.). (1977). Dene Nation – The Colony Within. Toronto: University of Toronto Press. Wegge, N. (2010). The political order in the Arctic: power structures, regimes and [