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Infrastructure: Building a Better Tomorrow

Infrastructure: Building a Better Tomorrow

September 13, 2023

Issue 33 of the Journal of Aboriginal Management (JAM) is now available. It focuses on the theme Infrastructure: Building a Better Tomorrow, and features articles by the Canada Infrastructure Bank, KPMG, and more.

Infrastructure is more than just buildings and construction, it touches on all aspects of community life including connectivity, health, and sustainability. This issue will shed light on Indigenous involvement in and access to infrastructure. Topics may include planning, procurement, training, best practices, maintenance of projects, and more.

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The Journal of Aboriginal Management (JAM) is the only professional journal in Canada for Indigenous Professionals in the management, finance and governance fields. This biannual journal focuses on professional trends and innovations in these fields and includes interviews with leaders, articles from experts that profile community-based initiatives and best practices, as well as advertisements from professional organizations that are at the top of their field. This Journal is intended to help you be on the leading-edge of key Indigenous management, finance and governance issues that will impact your career and business.

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