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Trick or Treaty? By National Film Board

Covering a vast swath of northern Ontario, Treaty No. 9 reflects the often contradictory interpretations of treaties between First Nations and the Crown. TAGS: Video; Indigenous learning; Series report; Treaty No.9; All
Trick or Treaty? By National Film Board

What does Indigenous mean?

This foundational job aid is a learning tool to understand the importance of respecting cultural protocoles while visiting or collaborating with Indigenous communities. TAGS: Indigenous Learning; Learning tool; Job aid; Video; Indigenous Communities; All.
What does Indigenous mean?

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

Souffles par Nyla Innuksuk à l’Office National du film du Canada

Dans ce court métrage documentaire évocateur, l’Inuk Susan Aglukark, auteure-compositrice-interprète et humanitaire, entremêle des histoires d’artiste, de famille et d’appartenance en explorant les changements culturels complexes qui se sont produits dans la vie inuite depuis une cinquantaine d’années. TAGS : Inuk; Susan Algukark; Nyla Innuksuk; video; indigenous learning; job aid; All.
Souffles par Nyla Innuksuk à l’Office National du film du Canada

Indigenous Learning Series Engagement Process Report

To develop the Indigenous Learning Series, the School undertook an engagement process in 2017. The Engagement Process Report details who we spoke with and what we heard. TAGS: Indigenous; job aid; Indigenous Learning Series; Engagement process report; video; All.
Indigenous Learning Series Engagement Process Report

The Uncomfortable Truth (K100)

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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First Nations in Canada (K101)

This course looks at some of the governance structures, traditions and current realities of First Nations and their relationships with the Government of Canada. You will see how the Government’s actions in the past continue to impact First Nations communities in the present. TAGS: Course; Indigenous Learning; First Nations; Métis; Inuit; Culture; Cultural; All.
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Métis in Canada (K102)

This course provides a brief introduction to Métis people and the complexity of emerging Métis identity across Canada today. TAGS: Course; Indigenous Learning; First Nations; Métis; Inuit; Culture; Cultural; All.
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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.
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Reconciliation: A Starting Point

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