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94 Calls to Action

Aboriginal Statistics

Canadian Public Opinion on Aboriginal People

Census 2016

Cultural Differences


Dispelling Common Myths

Doctrine of Discovery: Anglican Church

Doctrine of Discovery and Manifest Destiny: Case Study from Oregon, USA

Dominion Lands Act 1872

Effects of Residential Schools on Indigenous Health

Fur Trade

The Fur Tarde

Four Ways We All Communicate With Each Other

Apathy: Feelings of disconnect and a non-feeling or no concern

Sympathy: Feelings of pity and sorrow for someone else’s misfortune. Yet distant.

Empathy: The ability to understand and share the feelings of another person and enter into a conversation with them.

Interpathy: To walk with someone in their shoes and with them. Entering their path of life and try to connect with their pain and teach them to live a better life and reach their full potential.

Five Stages of Grief and Loss

  1. Shock/Unbelief
  2. Anger/Confusion
  3. Wrestling with the Creator/Circumstances
  4. Depression and Anxiety
  5. Forgiveness/Acceptance/Adjusting

Gradual Civilization Act

Indian Act

Indigenous Canada Course (University of Alberta)

Indigenous Relations

Intergenerational Trauma Article # 1

Intergenerational Trauma Article # 1

Responding to Racism with a Biblical Perspective

Responding to Racism

Sixties Scoop


Trauma and Kids

Trauma Resource

The Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada

United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples


5 Year Report-National Centre for Truth and Reconciliation Canada




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