Hollow Water

Alternate Names
Hollow Water First Nation
Latitude
51.19238468
Longitude
-96.30228976
Province
Manitoba
Region
Manitoba
Type
First Nation Location
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Common Ground: An Examination of Similarities Between Black & Aboriginal Communities

Alternate Title
A Collaboration Between Community Holistic Circle Healing & The Harlem Restorative Justice Project: Initial Insights
Aboriginal Peoples Collection ; APC 29 CA (2009)
Mitigating Sentencing: Aboriginal Sentencing Principles in a Non-Aboriginal Context
E-Books » E-Books
Author/Creator
[Ed Buller
Susan K. Marcus
Michelle Mann]
Aboriginal Peoples Collection
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Community Healing and Aboriginal Social Security Reform

Documents & Presentations
Author/Creator
[Michael Bopp
Judie Bopp
Phil Lane]
Description
Discusses healing in Aboriginal communities and argues that the traditional concept of social security does not work with Aboriginal communities and must be revised to suit their needs.
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A Cost-Benefit Analysis of Hollow Water First Nation’s Community Holistic Healing Process

E-Books » Chapters
Author/Creator
Ed Buller
Aboriginal Policy Research, vol. 2
Description

Study objectives included: development of protocols for participatory research, design and implementation of holistic process, assessment of success of financial investments relative to healing processes, and other unintended benefits to community. Chapter fifteen from Setting the Agenda for Change, vol. 2, which is also vol. 2 in the Aboriginal Policy Research series. Originally presented at the Aboriginal Policy Research Conference, 2002.

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Evidence - Special Committee on Violence against Indigenous Women: Thursday, November 21, 2013

Alternate Title
IWFA no. 1, 2nd Session, 41st Parliament
Documents & Presentations
Author/Creator
Michèle Audette
Burma Bushie
Robyn Hall
Susan Truppe
Stella Ambler ... [et al.]
Description
President of the Native Women's Association of Canada and two representatives from the Community Holistic Circle Healing, Hollow Water First Nation appeared before the Committee.
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Gaa Bi Ombaashid Migizi Soaring Eagle Project: Final Report: 2001 Project Activities

Alternate Title
Educating Aboriginal Youth Using Traditional Knowledge and Western Environmental Science
Documents & Presentations
Author/Creator
Boreal Forest Network
Description
Project was to design and deliver a ten-week community-based environmental education program, which combined Traditional Ecological Knowledge and Western Environmental Science, to Aboriginal youth (aged 18-30).
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Hollow Water

Media » Film and Video
Author/Creator
Bonnie Dickie
Tina Mason
Description
Looks at how the Ojibway community of Hollow Water deals with an epidemic of sexual abuse. Duration 48:30.
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The Mental Health of Indigenous Peoples: Proceedings of the Advanced Study Institute The Mental Health of Indigenous Peoples McGill Summer Program in Social & Cultural Psychiatry and the Aboriginal Mental Health Research Team, May 29-May 31, 2000, Montreal Quebec

Alternate Title
Culture & Mental Health Research Unit Report ; no.10
Proceedings of the Advanced Study Institute The Mental Health of Indigenous Peoples
Documents & Presentations
Author/Creator
Laurence J. Kirmayer
Gregory M. Brass
Caroline L. Tait
Ernest Hunter
Duncan Pedersen ... James Waldram ... [et al.]
Culture & Mental Health Research Unit Report
Description
Reviews research on mental health; presents social issues underlying problems and some individual and community responses to these challenges. Argues cultural psychiatry can contribute to rethinking services and heath promotion.
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No Running Water

Web Sites » Organizations
Description
Contains links to a series of articles and video news reports which discuss the deplorable health and sanitary conditions that exist in northern Manitoba communities due to lack of potable water.
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Royal Commission on Aboriginal Peoples: Presentation by Lisa Raven, Hollow Water Band, Wanipigow School

Alternate Title
Royal Commission on Aboriginal Peoples - Transcriptions of Public Hearings and Round Table Discussions
Documents & Presentations
Author/Creator
Lisa Raven
Description
File contains a presentation by Lisa Raven, Hollow Water Band, Wanipigow School. Raven discusses her theory that the government has deliberately underfunded Status Indian education which she equates with an act of genocide. She also discusses the need for significant investments in education and economic development on reserves.
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Royal Commission on Aboriginal Peoples: Presentation re Self-Governance, Chief Rod Bushie, Chief Jerry Fontaine, Elmer Courchene, and Warren Bird

Alternate Title
Royal Commission on Aboriginal Peoples - Transcriptions of Public Hearings and Round Table Discussions
Documents & Presentations
Author/Creator
Rod Bushie
Jerry Fontaine
Elmer Courchene
Warren Bird
Description
File contains multiple presentations on the topic of Anisinaabe self-governance. The first presentation is by Chief Rod Bushie, Hollow Water Indian Band (pgs 71-75). Bushie discusses his views on Anicinabe self-governance: the need for it to be community based, and the need for a healthy community in order for it to be effective.
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Royal Commission on Aboriginal Peoples: Presentations by Eight Students from Crocus Plains Regional Secondary School, Brandon, Manitoba

Alternate Title
Royal Commission on Aboriginal Peoples - Transcriptions of Public Hearings and Round Table Discussions
Documents & Presentations
Author/Creator
Dennis Peters
Sandy Bunn
Russell Beaulieu
Verna McDougall
Sam Gott
Trena Raven
Marcelline Mason
Lorne Bunn
Description
This file contains presentations by eight students from Crocus Plains Regional Secondary School in Brandon, Manitoba. The students are: Dennis Peters, Sandy Bunn, Russell Beaulieu, Verna McDougall, Sam Gott, Trena Raven, Marcelline Mason and Lorne Bunn. The presentations focus on issues such as Aboriginal-controlled schools on reserves, loss of Aboriginal culture and language, learning from elders as part of their daily curriculum, prejudice and racism in urban schools, and hopelessness and substance abuse among Aboriginal youth.
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Seeds of a Community Healing Process

Articles » General
Author/Creator
Hollow Water First Nation
Justice as Healing, Winter, 1995, p. [?]
Description
Excerpt from Appendix 3 of the Interim Report of the Hollow Water First Nations Community Holistic Circle Healing describing their activities from 1993-94. Note: This is a sample article from the publication. Subscriptions are available from the Native Law Centre.
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