Canadian Journal of Communication, vol. 30, no. 1, 2005, pp. 7-39
Challenges the common assumption that there is a direct link between the production and expression of ideas and and a new social order; "article highlights the interdependence of Aboriginal public spheres, radio mediation, and popular sovereignty."
Canadian Journal of Native Studies, vol. 25, no. 1, 2005, pp. 239-288
Interviews with 24 residents indicates they feel disconnected from their neighborhood; authors' recommendations include founding of an Aboriginal Association with a loose affiliation with the mainstream Association.
Justice as Healing, vol. 9, no. 1, Spring, 2004, p. [?]
Discusses the methods used by the Six Nations of Grand River, Ontario to ensure a relatively crime free social order.
Note: This is a sample article from the publication. Subscriptions are available from the Native Law Centre.
Canada's Labour Force Survey in 2005 separated off-reserve data into "Indian," Metis and Inuit, analyses of these data indicated 2.5 times higher rates of employment of non-Aboriginal than of Aboriginal peoples.
Parliamentary Papers / Great Britain. Parliament (1833-1841), House of Commons ; 617, 1834
Return to Several Addresses to His Majesty, Dated 19 March 1834, for, Copies or Extracts of all Such Reports from the Governors or Lieutenant-Governors of British Possessions in North America, and of the Answers Thereto, as May Throw Light on the Present
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Contains correspondence, or copies of dispatches, of Upper and Lower Canada regarding "Aboriginal Tribes in British Possessions" which also included Australia.
Canadian Journal of Native Studies, vol. 38, no. 2, 2018, pp. 41-54
Examines root causes of and issues surrounding “Aboriginal youth rebellion;” considers the implications of rebellious acts as modes of resistance to colonial policy and practice. Recommends addressing the challenges faced by Indigenous youth through cultural and language and cultural revitalization.
American Indian Quarterly , vol. 27, no. 1/2, Special Issue: Native Experiences in the Ivory Tower, Winter-Spring, 2003, pp. 416-419
Author share her observations and experiences of anti-Indigenous discrimination and prejudices within the University she attended as a post-graduate student, and shares her strategies for overcoming it to attain her degree.
Examines how organizations serving Aboriginal people can help to create supportive and nonjudgmental environments for two-spirit people living with HIV/AIDS through the development of policies addressing homophobia and raising awareness.
AlterNative, vol. 14, no. 4, Special Issue: Adoption and Indigenous Citizenship Orders, December 2018, pp. 333-342
Discusses the myriad of legal and customary protocols that contemporary Aboriginal citizens must negotiate in the regards to adoptive cultural practices. Describe the Creation and Great Law narratives which help members of the Iroquois Confederacy makes sense of these conventions.
American Indian Culture and Research Journal , vol. 42, no. 2, Settler Colonial Biopolitics and Indigenous Lifeways, 2018, pp. 97-102
Discusses three themes that emerged from “Settler Colonial Biopolitics and Indigenous Lifeways” issue of American Indian Culture and Research Journal:
(1) structural genocide in settler-colonial states' attempts at deracination;
(2) Indigenous peoples' agency with regard to anti-normalization; and
(3) decolonial resistance outside of imposed settler-colonial binaries.