Canadian Heritage and Development Studies Thesis (MA) -- Trent University, 1993.
Philosophy Thesis (PHD) -- Exeter College, 2000.
History Thesis (PHD) -- University of Ottawa, 1957.
Anthropology Thesis (MA) -- McMaster University, 1980.
History, Philosophy, and Religious Studies (MA) -- North Dakota State University, 2014.
History Thesis (MA) -- University of Northern British Columbia, 2012.
History Thesis (MA) -- College of William & Mary, 1987.
Theology Thesis (MA) -- United Centre for Theological Studies, 2015.
Indigenous Studies Thesis (MA) -- University of Winnipeg, 2013.
Health Science Thesis (MSc) -- McMaster University, 2019.
Indigenous Governance (MA) -- University of Winnipeg, 2021.
Indigenous Governance (MA) -- University of Winnipeg, 2021.
Indigenous Governance (MA) -- University of Winnipeg, 2014.
Anthropology Thesis (MA) -- University of Ottawa, 1988.
Sociology Thesis (MA) -- Concordia University, 2021.
History Thesis (PHD) -- University of Saskatchewan, 2019.
Media and Cultural Studies Thesis (MA) -- University of Alberta, 2021.
A collection of letter books from two of the principals of the Shingwauk Indian Residential School. Ten volumes are included ranging from 1875 to 1904.
Using their own personal reflections the author looks at Ontario Indigenous land claims and its impact into modern times.
Examines the importance of internet connection for homeless and outreach service users in obtaining housing and employment.
Discusses the difference between Indigenous and Western education based on personal experiences of the learner.
Looks at the ways that Mi'kmaw are engaging the educational process to support their own cultural values.
Examines the paintings of Joseph Sanchez and how they reflect different conceptions of time and space.
History Thesis (PHD) -- University of Alberta, 2022.
A study on Indigenous entrepreneur Bernard Naraseau, whose subsistence strategy breaks the traditional understanding of using either an Indigenous or settler approach for living during the nineteenth century.
Using the literary work of Filipino author Nick Joaquin to examine the Philippine discursive between the "normal" civilized and the defined "primitive" Indigenous populations.
A literature review on research regarding two-spirit Indigenous Canadians, the communities hopes to return to a position of honour, and suggestions for future research.
Looks at the development of a cultural humility with Indigenous peoples, requiring self-reflection and a changing of attitudes and behaviours.
Argues that the Canadian Indigenous condition is not related to colonialism rather it is based on an European socioeconomic structure.
Examines the case of Wayne Louie, who sued the chief and council of the Lower Kootenay Band over fiduciary responsibilities.
Using the demographical research by Anatole Romaniuk to examine the growth of Canadian Indigenous populations since 2006.
Using a literature review to look at the lack of research on Metis people living with diabetes and how this effects health policy and program development.
Content and language reflect the attitudes of the times.
Forms part of Annual Report of the Board of Regents of the Smithsonian Institution ... for the Year 1879.
See pages 309-328.
In response to the negative experiences of Indigenous populations within the Canadian education system this paper discusses the role of elders and knowledge keepers to help create a more positive educational experience for Indigenous students.
Discusses the need for culturally meaningful changes to the criteria for hiring Indigenous scholars in university settings to combat a history of western assumptions and standards that Indigenous scholars have been up against.
Examines the difference between Western and Indigenous ideologies and its impact on the environment.
Looks at food sovereignty through the cultural connection between food and health.
Highlights the role of the New Zealand government in the decline and revitalization of the te reo Maori language.
Using an Indigenous sweat lodge ceremony to analyze the connective stones theory as a research tool.
Looks at the lack of adequate health care for the Inuit elderly within their own communities and Canada's Inuit aging policies.
Forms part of Thirty-third Annual Report of the Bureau of American Ethnology, 1911-1912.
Focuses on the K'tunaxa and Piikáni, and draws on documentary research and consultation with Piikáni Elders.
Focuses on Jasper House.
Consists principally of extracts from newspapers.
See chapter four: Emboldened by Bad Behaviour: The Conduct-of the 147 Canadian Army in the Northwest, 1870 to 1873 by Jim McKillip.
Most references published in English.
Bibliography from Louis Riel c. Canada: les années rebelles.
Translation of L'espace de Louis Goulet.
Looks at whether any clauses in treaties could be interpreted to apply to housing by using excerpts from treaty negotiations conducted for Treaty Nos. 1, 3, 5 and 6, as found in The Treaties of Canada with the Indians of Manitoba and the North-West Territories by Alexander Morris.
Lists reserve, band, surrender no., land alienated without surrender (O.C.), date, registration no., acreage surrendered, and treaty no.
Brief history of the eight Métis Settlements in Alberta.
Examines main research reports used in the recognition process for: Mattawa/Ottawa River; Killarney; Georgian Bay; Abitibi-Inland; Rainy Lake/Lake of the Woods; and Northern Lake Superior communities.
See chapter one.
Brief literature review which examines system failures and structural, individual, and relational factors.
Two titles in one volume.
Describes the situation in the Cabot Square and Peter-McGill areas of Montreal, provides an overview of issues facing the general Aboriginal population and those specific to the Inuit population, and lists initiatives at the provincial, municipal, and local levels.
Focuses on reports published between 2005 and 2015.
"Background document for March 11, 2015 Dialogue."
A comparative study on Indigenous spirituality in Canada and the United Kingdom.
An analysis of employments trends and how they affect Indigenous employment opportunities, in particular Indigenous women.
Critiques the Canadian fantasy of innocence and niceness regarding its historical colonial practices.
Highlights the collaboration and community building between two-spirit and queer/trans Indigenous and people of colour.
Using data collected from polls to discusses patterns in Indigenous responses to Canadian foreign policies and relations.