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We would like to acknowledge the land that the Michener Institute exists on, and the caretakers of this land. This land has been, and continues to be, the home and traditional territories of the Mississaugas of the New Credit, the Huron-Wendat and the Haudenosaunee.
Main Indigenous community and resource weblinks
The Health of Indigenous Peoples in Canada
A resource created by the University of Ottawa that includes information on topics relating to Indigenous history, demographics, socialization, health issues, healing practices and residential schools. It also includes a section on how to work with Indigenous patients.
A collection of resources about several different Indigenous languages.
A libguide from the University of British Columbia that collects various resources which bring together the concepts of librarianship and "Indigenous approaches to knowledge, theory, and research methodology."
Indigitization is a project that "seeks to clarify processes and identify issues in the conversation and digitization of First Nations community information resources."
ReVision Quest with Darrell Dennis
A radio show created by First Nations producers. It discusses the experiences of Indigenous peoples in Canada and the issues they face in today's world.
Where Are The Children?
An exhibition consisting of photographs, text panels, original textbooks and other documents that depict the history and legacy of Canada's Residential School system.
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