Research and Readings2013: Road Upgrades and Maintenance Review. A study prepared for FONV showing that the costs to taxpayers for road upgrades and maintenance could amount to over $42 million.
2012: First Nations, Rednecks, and Radicals: Re-thinking the Sides of Resource Conflict in Rural British Columbia (Jane Wellburn, M.A. Thesis)
"In 2010 the lands of the Cariboo-Chilcotin became a site of contestation and collaboration. Through media coverage of a Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency Review Panel process sources were quick to frame the issue (a potential goldcopper mine and the destruction of a lake in Tsilhqot’in territories) as one between First Nations and development, with 'development' taken as an unquestioned tenet of non-Aboriginal interest. The polarization visible in the media obscured on-the-ground efforts of First Nations and non-Aboriginal people alike to support each other in opposition to this project; a collaboration that saw the application ultimately rejected by the federal government."