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
Due to previous historical narratives, Canada’s true history of relations with Indigenous peoples has been left out of history books until recently. To contribute to closing this gap and to build awareness for public service employees, Indigenous Learning team has developed an online, interactive Historical Timeline that provides over 100 significant dates and events. TAGS: Resource; Job Aid; Indigenous Learning; History; Historical; Indigenous Peoples; Interactive Timeline; All.
Interactive Historical Timeline
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 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)
Listen and learn about the teachings that are often described as embodying the core values of Aboriginal philosophy. TAGS: Video; Indigenous Learning; philosophy; teachings; All.
The Seven Grandfather Teachings
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
The story of Chanie "Charlie" Wenjack, whose death sparked the first inquest into the treatment of Indigenous children in Canadian residential schools. TAGS: Video; Indigenous Learning; Chanie Charlie Wenjack; Residential School; Canada; All.
Heritage Minutes: Chanie Wenjack
In this course, we demystify the idea of bias and unconscious bias and help you develop the competencies needed to build respectful relationships with First Nations, Métis and Inuit. TAGS: Course; Indigenous Learning; First Nations; Métis; Inuit; Culture; Cultural; All.
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
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: Russell; Moses; Russ; Survivor; Indigenous; Path; Reconciliation; Video; All.
The Path to Reconciliation