Year: 1983 Source: Canadian Journal of Community Mental Health, Supplement #1, (Winter 1983), p.73-79 SIEC No: 19842390

Analysis of data from three contrasting northern resource developments showed differing patterns of psycho-social stresses on native populations. The Coppermine and Nanisivik experience indicated that rotation employment was the source of most disruptive impacts; whereas the experiences of Fort MacKay illustrated major negative impacts to communities in close proximity to major resource developments.