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The Uncomfortable Truth: A Brief History of the Relationship Between Indigenous Peoples and the G...

This course presents the difficult facts about the historical relationship between the Government of Canada and Indigenous peoples. It provides a brief overview from first contact to the present focus on reconciliation. In addition, you will gain a broader understanding of the impacts of government decisions on Indigenous peoples. TAGS: Course; Indigenous Learning; First Nations; Métis; Inuit; Culture; Cultural; All.
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Working with Indigenous Communities: A Guide to Cultural Protocols

This foundational job aid is a learning tool to understand the importance of respecting cultural protocols while visiting or collaborating with Indigenous communities. Tags: Job Aid; Resource; Indigenous Learning; Cultural Protocols; Culture; Communities; All.
Working with Indigenous Communities: A Guide to Cultural Protocols

Inuit in Canada (K103)

This course provides a brief introduction to Inuit in Canada and helps you to better understand the relationship between Inuit and the Government of Canada. TAGS: Course; Indigenous Learning; First Nations; Métis; Inuit; Culture; Cultural; All.
K103_en

Breaths with Nyla Innuksuk by National Film Board

In this evocative documentary short, Inuk singer-songwriter and humanitarian Susan Aglukark weaves together stories of artistry, family, and belonging as she explores the complex cultural shifts of the last 50 years of Inuit life. TAGS: Nyla Innuksuk; National Film Board; Indigenous Learning; Video; Job aid; All.
Breaths with Nyla Innuksuk by National Film Board

Heritage Minute: Naskumituwin (Treaty)

The making of Treaty 9 from the perspective of historical witness George Spence, an 18-year-old Cree hunter from Albany, James Bay. Tags: Video; Indigenous Learning; History; Treaty; Treaties; Naskumituwin; All.
Heritage Minute: Naskumituwin (Treaty)

Reconciliation through Art

Art is an important aspect of every culture. For the Mohawk people, however, art was never set apart and called by a specific word; in their language, “art” is simply “beauty.” Here, art serves as the pathway to communicate the message that truth brings reconciliation, reconciliation leads to harmony, and harmony leads to prosperity. TAGS: Reconciliation; Culture; Indigenous; Harmony; Video; Mohawk; Thruth; All;
Reconciliation through Art

Truth and Reconciliation (with Senator Murray Sinclair)

Senator Murray Sinclair discusses the legacy of the Canadian government's policy towards Indigenous people, and the path towards reconciliation. TAGS: Video; Indigenous learning; All
Truth and Reconciliation

The Memoirs of Russell Moses : Residential School Survivor

With excerpts from his father Russ' memoirs, John Moses tells the story of a residential school survivor. TAGS: Video; Indigenous Learning; Residential School Survivor; All.
The Memoirs of Russell Moses : Residential School Survivor

Le sénateur Sinclair nous parle de vérité et de réconciliation

Senator Murray Sinclair discusses the legacy of the Canadian government's policy towards Indigenous people, and the path towards reconciliation. TAGS: Video; Indigenous learning; All
Sénateur Sinclair

Reconciliation: A Starting Point (K111)

Reconciliation with Indigenous Peoples is important for all public servants. This application contains a wealth of general information about First Nations, Inuit and Métis Peoples, including key historical events and examples of reconciliation initiatives. Users will learn why reconciliation matters and what public servants need to know and do in order to advance reconciliation with Indigenous Peoples in Canada. TOPICS INCLUDE: * identifying key historical concepts * discovering the realities...
Reconciliation: A Starting Point