Provides a cultural roadmap to assist service providers working with Indigenous communities.
Examines the link between having parents who attended Residential Schools and the likelihood of Indigenous children ending up in foster care during the Sixties Scoop.
Looks at the barriers to services that effect the response to human trafficking in Northeastern Ontario.
Discusses the importance of a culturally relevant framework during the coming of age period for Indigenous youth.
Highlights the results of a traditional culturally relevant camping trip for urban Indigenous families.
Examines the parenting strategies of Indigenous parents effected by colonial practices.
Looks at Secwépemc healers storytelling to provide a form of healing for Indigenous children and youth.
Examines the use of a peer supported initiative to provide a collective space to help with Indigenous parent-youth relationships.
Highlights an Inuit early childhood education model that reflects Inuit values.
Questions are arranged by health care, employment, and post-secondary education environments.
List of recommendations from the 98 reports reviewed by the National Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls, organized under 17 themes.
Plain language explanation of legal principles involved in analysis of R. v. Stanley, the case in which Gerald Stanley, a Saskatchewan farmer, was charged with second-degree murder in the shooting death of a 22-year-old Cree man, Colton Boushie, and was subsequently acquitted.
Brief list of resources.
"Last reviewed December 2019."
Bill introduced to comply with Court's decision in Descheneaux et al., v. Canada (Attorney General), which found current <i>Indian Act</i> violated equality provisions of the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms. Court case involved eligibility for Indian Status.
Comments on the proposed Act rather than the final version.
"Materials Prepared for the Homelessness and Housing Realities for Inuit Workshop, Held on March 18 and 19, 2008."
Originally published in the Winnipeg Tribune on July 28, 1954 under the title "Powers Defy White Man: Witch Doctor’s Rites ‘Raise’ Lost Bodies". Article is about Louis Prince, a healer and clairvoyant from Manitoba.
Includes four modules: Holding Space for Experiential Learning: Groups/Circles; Learning from Experience: “Glimpses of Light”; Cultural Competency, Cultural Safety: Attitudes and Actions That Matter; and Multiple Stigmas: First Nation, Inuit, Métis Experience.
Gives overview of the current context, discusses Indigenous responses and areas for policy development, and makes four recommendations about what should be included in the federal government's <i>A Food Policy for Canada</i>.
Discusses how colonialism has created behavioral patterns and attitudes which serve to legitimize violence against Indigenous women and perpetuate racism and discrimination
Searchable website is an online portal giving educators access to Indigenous sky-knowledge resources.
Documentary looks at the politics of identity and membership through the lens of the Mohawks of Kahnawake.
Review looked at articles on cultural safety and competence training published between 1996-2020 in Canada, United States, Australia and New Zealand.
Survey assess the burden of HIV, hepatitis C and associated risks. Information is collected on social determinants of health, use of prevention services, substance use, sexual behaviours and care for the two diseases.
Statistics for number of investigations, substantiated investigations, and child, caregiver and household characteristics.
Analysis of federal and provincial/territorial government health spending between 2011-2012 and 2018-2019 for First Nations and Inuit as well as for the general Canadian population.
Documentary inspired by the non-fiction book of the same name by Thomas King explores historical attitudes and efforts to colonize Indigenous peoples and contemporary expressions of resistance.
Duration: 1h, 29 min.
Education Thesis (MA) -- University of Western Ontario, 2016.
History Thesis (PHD) -- University of Regina, 2021.
English Thesis (PHD) -- University of Texas at Arlington, 2021.
Politics Thesis (PHD) -- University of Virginia, 2015.
Communication Thesis (MA) -- Carleton University, 2021.
Human Kinetics Thesis (PHD) -- University of Ottawa, 2019.
Geography and Environment Thesis (MA) --University of Western Ontario, 2022.
Religious Studies Thesis (MA) -- University of Groningen, 2021.
Geography Thesis (MA) -- University of Western Ontario, 2022.
Botany Thesis (MA) -- University of Montana, 1974.
Archaeology Thesis (MA) -- University of Calgary, 1992
Student Research Project (MA) -- Nipissing University, 2010.
Canadian Studies Thesis (MA) -- Carleton University, 2019.
Interdisciplinary Studies Thesis (MIS) -- University of Montana, 1990.
History Thesis (PHD) -- University of Montana, 2015.
Art History Thesis (MA) -- McGill University, 2017.
Biology Thesis (PHD) -- University of Victoria, 2004.
Part 1 of 2. Link to part 2: https://iportal.usask.ca/record/104603
Part 2 of 2. Link to part 1: https://iportal.usask.ca/record/104602
Reviews 2018 Indigenous child welfare legislation to address the welfare of Indigenous children and families.
Delves into an Indigenous women sharing her own personal experiences in residential school and the sixties scoop with her daughter.
Examines the importance of Métis Aunties and how Métis women's participation in research helps to better understand this role.
Looks at the language nest as way to promote language revitalization with Sylix children.
Compares the cost of complying with the Canadian Human Rights Tribunal decision to settling a class action suit.
Uses a weighted sample of 2,211 First Nations children and 34,575 non-Indigenous children extracted from administrative databases of institutions which provided child protection services.
Identifies examples of best practices in the areas of vocational training and skills acquisition, partnerships, and research and capacity building, and makes three recommendations.
Discusses the history of the fur trade in the Northwest Territories and contemporary trapping practices, and gives detailed instructions for making snowshoes, kamiks, spruce canoes, and trap sets and preparing and eating country food.
Discusses existing social enterprises generally as well as Indigenous initiatives and organizations, identifies challenges, obstacles in promoting Aboriginal participation and common characteristics of best practices, makes recommendations for courses of action and solutions, and lists specific proposals for the Ministère de l'Emploi et de la Solidarité sociale.
Primary source is 2016 Canadian Census, with supplemental information from the Labour Force Survey.
Primary source is the 2006 Canadian Census.
Discusses language as a socio-economic characteristic, a determining factor with respect to the labour market, and barriers created by reduced fluency in English and/or French. Concludes with recommendations and courses of action.
Discusses the general situation of First Nations and Inuit in Quebec, historical context, profile of incarcerated women, trends in federal institutions, and experience of Aboriginal women while incarcerated, Concludes with proposals from Correctional Services of Quebec and specific recommendations to the Ministère de l'Emploi et de la Solidarité sociale.
Includes statistics on employment rate, (general and data disaggregated by sex, age group, and Aboriginal identity), education level, economic activity, occupational level, share of full-time work, and incidence of low income, as well as discussion of government programs and agreements, current employment services, and best practices in the area of employment and training.
Results from 1,350 individuals living in 25 communities. Respondents were asked questions about employment, income, ability to meet expenses, retirement, cultural practices, First Nations language skills, and physical health.
Program designed for homeless and under-housed Indigenous peoples living in the downtown mid-west Toronto area. Evaluation consisted of environmental scan, developing a client profile, key informant interviews and focus groups.
Anthropology Thesis (M.A) -- College of William and Mary, 2018.
Examines kraevedcheskii (local history) museums and how they reflect the Indigenous population.
Looks at the importance of language to motivate, construct meanings, and create emotional connections for Indigenous communities.
Examines the origins and evolution of Aleutian language spoken by the Yupik people of Copper Island.
Looks at the culinary exchange between American and Russian Indigenous populations across the Bering Strait.
Highlights the results of interviews with Chukchi people about the local plants they collect and their various uses.
Outlines the relationship between alcohol and money as a cultural and social framework in Chukotkan villages.
Examines the connection between traditional hunter and animal relations and how it reflects on the flavour of hunting meat.
Analysis of the balancing between researchers and Indigenous populations values and types of knowledge.
Discusses the social and economic impact of mining companies' policies when extracting natural resources on Indigenous land.