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This blog post tells the story of Lake Ontario. The blog as a whole focuses on the Aboriginal history of Toronto using story telling.

This website contains interactive maps related to Indigenous peoples in Canada. This collection includes: a Story Map, two History Maps, a Treaties and Land Claims map, a Present Day: First Nations map, and a Present Day: Inuit Map.

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From the Government of Ontario, "Ontario First Nations Maps" web page, online: : The Ontario First Nations map shows the locations of: First Nation communities: listed by band number and…

This audio file is an excerpt from the CBC Radio program, The Current, broadcast on Jan. 25, 2017. It reports on the failures of the Canadian federal government to make progress in addressing the Calls to Action outlined in the Truth and…

This document is part of the 2012 Report of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada. This document contains all the Calls to Action outlined in the Truth and Reconciliation Commission's report.

This website highlights the Calls to Action of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission that relate to equity. The website contains links to materials related to these calls for action and links to materials relevant to monitoring whether these calls…

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From Library and Archives Canada: "Medal presented to Indian chiefs to commemorate Treaty Numbers 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 and 8. Year digit would be added following inscribed: "187" Treaty digit would be added following inscribed "INDIAN TREATY NO" This medal…

This infographic provides information about pre-1975 treaties with First Nations in Canada.

thinking about indigeous legal orders.pdf
In this paper, the author explores how we might understand law from an Aboriginal perspective. She makes a critical distinction between "legal systems" and "legal order". She explores the sources of law, the kinds of law, legal reasoning, and the…
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