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treatyMaking-infopic-pdf_1380133996417_eng.pdf
This infographic provides information about pre-1975 treaties with First Nations in Canada.

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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…

2000bcca525.pdf
This decision of the British Columbia Court of Appeal addressed whether a provincial land titles Registrar properly refused to attached a note of "lis pendens" (pending litigation) to the title of land slated to be developed into recreational…

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: https://www.ontario.ca/page/ontario-first-nations-maps : The Ontario First Nations map shows the locations of: First Nation communities: listed by band number and…

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This is an illustration that accompanied a Book Review published in The Walrus magazine, online: https://thewalrus.ca/trouble-on-turtle-island/  The books canvassed in the Book Review were: Red Skin, White Masks: Rejecting the Colonial Politics of…

Two Row Wampum.jpg
The following description is adapted from Onondaga Nation, People of the Hills, "Two Row Wampum – Gusweñta", online: http://www.onondaganation.org/culture/wampum/two-row-wampum-belt-guswenta/ Two rows of blue, each symbolizing a different nation.…

IdleNoMoreMedia, the creator of this video, provides the following description: "This summer the Supreme Court of Canada made a historic ruling that the Tsilhqot'in Indigenous nation in British Columbia holds Aboriginal title to its traditional…

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

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From the website of the Government of Canada, Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada, "250th Anniversary of the Royal Proclamation of 1763": "On October 7, 1763, King George III issued a Royal Proclamation establishing a new administrative structure…
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