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2015 / PDF
The following pages outline the Commission’s central conclusions about the history and legacy of residential schools and identify both the barriers to reconciliation and the opportunities for constructive action that currently exist.
Author(s): The Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada
3 months 1 week
2017 / PRD, Word doc
Course outline and sample certificate submitted by Ditidaht First Nations to New Relationship Trust for the 2016 direct support project.
Resource Producer: Ditidaht First Nation
1 year 7 months
2015 / Word
The Tsal’alh Government (Chief and Council) is responsible for effectively leading and governing the Tsal’alh community.  Building upon both the Tsal’alh Government Strategic Plan,dated Jan 17, 2014, and the Tsal’alhmec St’át’imc Nt’akmenlhkálha Plan (Comprehensive Community Plan) Findings, dated March 2015 this plan, updated on May 25-26, 2015, represents the will of Tsal’alhmec realized through...
Resource Producer: Seton Lake Band
2 years 5 months
2013 / PDF
Education has been called the “new buffalo” for its potential to contribute to the economic, social, and political well-being of Indigenous peoples in Canada (Stonechild, 2006). Despite gains in education among Aboriginal peoples in Canada, there continues to be gaps in educational attainment. This editors' introduction explores some of the realities underlying educational trends among Indigenous...
Author(s): Jerry P. White, University of Western Ontario; Julie Peters, Academia Group Inc.
2 years 5 months
2015 / PDF
In order to redress the legacy of residential schools and advance the process of Canadian reconciliation, the Truth and Reconciliation Commission makes the following calls to action...
Author(s): The Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada
2 years 5 months
2015 / PDF
For over a century, the central goals of Canada’s Aboriginal policy were to eliminate Aboriginal governments; ignore Aboriginal rights; terminate the Treaties; and, through a process of assimilation, cause Aboriginal peoples to cease to exist as distinct legal, social, cultural, religious, and racial entities in Canada. The establishment and operation of residential schools were a central element...
Author(s): The Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada
4 years 3 weeks
2010 /
An educational strategy is a crucial component of an overall Native land restoration movement. Implementing that strategy demands attention to a particular Native community’s social reality. That reality of course is a Native individual's or his or her community's forced separation from the land by white society; the result thereof having an adverse spiritual, cultural, social, political, and...
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2010 /
The Nation Rebuilding: Planning for Indigenous Governance Program is the result of a partnership between the Ktunaxa Nation and the College of the Rockies. The Ktunaxa Nation has been recognized as a Centre of Excellence by the National Centrefor First Nations Governance...
4 years 3 weeks
2010 /
The High Bar First Nations understands the value of education with respect to capacity building for its membership and as well as individual development.Education is a cornerstone for healthy families and communities and the High Bar First Nation is committed to contributing to individual student success.
Resource Producer: High Bar First Nation
4 years 3 weeks
2010 /
ESI Agents are on a mission: To solve this deadly puzzle. What really happened to popular local Vancouver sports-caster, William Flynn?

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