Inuit Art Quarterly, vol. 5, no. 4, Special Issue: Inuit Art World, Fall/Winter, 1990/1991, pp. 107-110
Highlights the collections and activities of the University of Lethbridge, Queen's University, York University, University of California, Berkeley, and the University of Michigan.
Entire issue on one pdf. To access article scroll down to appropriate page.
Includes Dr. Michael Lavell's report on Louis Riel's sanity based on interviews with him in his Regina jail cell in November 1885. Also includes a letter from Sir John A. Macdonald to Dr. Lavell outlining the purpose of his commission.
Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing [Ontario]
Objective of document is to help local governments understand Aboriginal rights, opportunities for engagement, and obligations when there is a duty to consult.
Case studies: Teston Site Ossuary, town of Midland, Common Ground Working Group with Abitibi-Consolidated, Elliot Lake--Serpent River First Nation Memorandum of Agreement, and Belle Island and Kingston.
Royal Commission on Aboriginal Peoples - Transcriptions of Public Hearings and Round Table Discussions
Documents & Presentations
This file contains a part of a transcript of a portion of a sitting of the Royal Commission on Aboriginal Peoples at The Fern Resort, Orillia, Ontario. This part includes a presentation given by Mel Jacobs at the Round Table discussion on Self-Sufficiency issues and economic development in the Aboriginal Community.
Journal of Canadian Studies, vol. 52, no. 1, 2018, pp. 249-279
Uses the example of a university course about the Indigenous and settler histories to illustrate how critical teaching methods can help students to take up the responsibility to work towards understanding treaty relations and ongoing practices of colonialism.
Presents evidence gathered from focus groups involving youth, parents, service providers and community leaders, as well as statistical information, program inventory, and social network analysis. Focuses on indicators related to education, employment, health and mental health, and sense of belonging.
Canadian Journal of Criminology, vol. 34, no. 3-4, July-October 1992, pp. -416
Argues that an integrated approach, incorporating both deprivation (influences external to the individual) and importation (internal to the individual) theory, is necessary when analyzing risk factors for suicide in the inmates.