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    • Exploring North American Aboriginal History: Through Culture, Customs and External Relations 

      Briard, K. Rachel; Grunow-Hårsta, Hanna; Zawadzki, Nicholas (2015-04-21)
      The following lessons explore different aspects of Aboriginal history in North America. The first lesson explores Aboriginal culture and customs across geographical regions through material culture, and how it has persisted ...
    • I'm still learning: the lived experience of disengagement from school of five young aboriginal women 

      Runnels, Susan Amelia (2007-08-13)
      This study sought to understand the lived experience of disengagement from formal schooling of five young Aboriginal women in a mid-Northern community. Using the qualitative methodology of narrative inquiry, and through ...
    • Planning In Ontario’s Far North: Preservation, development and culture in policy 

      Youden, Holly L. (2010-10-25)
      Growing development pressure in Ontario’s Far North has prompted northern First Nation communities, who have recognized these potential outcomes, to initiate community-based land-use planning. In 2009 the Ontario Ministry ...
    • Positive Youth Development in Aboriginal Physical Activity 

      Bruner, Mark William; Hillier, Sean; Baillie, Colin P. T.; Lavalee, Lynn F.; Bruner, Brenda G.; Hare, Katharine; Lovelace, Robert; Lévesque, Lucie (2015-12-07)
      Physical activity and, more specifically, sport, can positively impact the body, mind, heart, and spirit of Aboriginal youth. Despite enthusiasm for these benefits, there is a paucity of published information reviewing the ...
    • Truth and Reconciliation Commission, 2015 

      Angus Reid Institute (2016-02-22)
      Canadians believe the recently concluded Truth and Reconciliation Commission was a worthwhile process for their country, and most support its key recommendations, but that doesn’t mean they anticipate the federal government ...