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Assimilation Through Incarceration: the Geographic Imposition of Canadian Law Over Indigenous Peoples
The disproportionate incarceration of indigenous peoples in Canada is far more than a socio-economic legacy of colonialism. The Department of Indian Affairs (DIA) espoused incarceration as a strategic instrument of ...
Native Studies in Ontario High Schools: Revitalizing Indigenous Cultures in Ontario
I hypothesize that specific aspects of education are central to the revitalization of culture amongst Aboriginal peoples in Ontario, and that this revitalization is integral to cultural continuity. I will show the relationship ...
Cultural Preservation and Self-Determination Through Land Use Planning: A Framework for the Fort Albany First Nation
The Fort Albany First Nation (FAFN) in Ontario’s western James Bay region is interested in undertaking a community-based process of land use planning for its traditional territory, in order to respond to increasing resource ...