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Two Row on the Grand

Two Row on the Grand was an event hosted by Six Nations on July 24, 2019 to August 1, 2019. It was a symbolic representation of the Two Row Treaty that was put into action over 500 years ago. The … Continue reading

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Water First

Water First is a Canadian based program that attempts to address water issues that affect many Indigenous communities through education, training and meaningful collaboration. They strive to create collaborative programs with Indigenous communities using Indigenous knowledge, traditions, customs and values … Continue reading

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Young Agrarians

The Young Agrarians is a non-Indigenous program for new and young ecological, organic and regenerative farmers across Canada. The program is developed for all food growers: rural and urban farmers, market gardeners, seed savers, beekeepers, community gardeners, and those working … Continue reading

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Woodland Cultural Centre

The Woodland Cultural Centre is a museum and art gallery in Brantford, Ontario which aims to share and preserve the history and culture of the Haudenosaunee people. Formerly the Mohawk Institute Residential School, the Woodland Cultural Centre serves to educate … Continue reading

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TedX Talk: “Breaking the Silence Surrounding Canada’s Indigenous Crisis” by Qajaq Robinson

This Ted Talk proved to be an especially illuminating and important tool for a possible altering of settler consciousness. This talk was given by a settler woman named, Qajaq Robinson, who is the commissioner of the National Inquiry for Missing … Continue reading

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McConnell Reconciliation Initiative

This is a private economic plan that seeks to reduce the socio-economic gap that exists between Native and non-Native people. Its goals are to develop and fund projects in collaboration with different Indigenous communities. Following the standards set out by … Continue reading

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Negahneewin Reading Series

This is a collaborative effort between the library and the Indigenous studies department at Confederation College in Thunder Bay, Ontario. The Negahneewin Institute was born in the 1980s thanks to community leaders and Confederation college representatives who decided that intercultural … Continue reading

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Festival Du Voyageur

This is an arts and music festival that has run since 1970 out of Saint-Boniface, Winnipeg, that cities French quarter. There are many events at the festival which promote a blending of culture, traditions, as well as many recreational activities. … Continue reading

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Guidelines for Lawyers Working with Indigenous Offenders: Toolkit

This is a useful toolkit for anybody in the legal profession, or aiming to end up there in the near future because Indigenous issues regarding the legal system in Canada are one of the worst lasting impacts of colonialism. This … Continue reading

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Incorporating technology into Unique apps to promote storytelling, health, wellness and growth in rural communities.

Created in 2012, Pinnguaq is a not-for-profit whose focus is on “providing play experiences in indigenous languages”, and whose mission is to “embrace technology as a means of unifying and enabling all people”, both Indigenous and non-Indigenous. Their initiatives are … Continue reading

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