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Format: 2020
Format: 2020

UVIC Indigenous Student Viewbook [University of Victoria, UVIC]

Publisher: 
University of Victoria
Year of publication: 
2020

YOU'VE GOT SOMETHING GREAT; BRING IT TO UVIC.

You already have something amazing to offer; bring it to UVic! Here, your knowledge, experiences
and perspective will shape the UVic community. At the same time, you’ll have opportunities to
develop a deeper appreciation of your own culture and your place within it. At UVic, Indigenous
cultural activities and academics go hand-in-hand, so you don’t need to leave your culture behind
to pursue your university education.

Child & Youth Care - Indigenous Initiatives

INDIGENOUS STUDENT CENTRE [University of Manitoba]

Publisher: 
University of Manitoba
Year of publication: 
2020

SUPPORTING YOUR JOURNEY TO UNIVERSITY

Transitioning from high school to university can feel
like a big change. We smooth this transition with the
Qualico Bridge to Success Program (QBTS).
With QBTS, new Indigenous students are connected
with academic learning support, advising, peer-mentoring
and special events to enhance the first year experience.
There is no cost to participate in this program.

Ulnooweg Indigenous Communities Foundation [Ulnooweg Development Group Inc.]

Publisher: 
Ulnooweg Development Group Inc.
Year of publication: 
2020

Strengthening the relationship between Canada's philanthropic sector and the Indigenous Communities of Atlantic Canada

For the philanthropic sector and the communities to work together more constructively, there is a need to build new relationships, understanding, co-operation, and infrastructure.

700 Infographics of First Nations, Inuit and Métis Communities [Statistics Canada]

Publisher: 
Statistics Canada
Year of publication: 
2020

On January 14, 2020, Statistics Canada released a new tool to provide access to over 700 infographics of First Nations, Inuit and Métis communities and other geographies as part of the “Aboriginal Community Data Initiative”. The primary objective of this initiative is to provide the 2016 Census data to Indigenous community leaders and members, as well as other data users, with simple and meaningful socio-economic portraits of Indigenous communities.

Aboriginal Policy [Fraser Institute]

Publisher: 
Fraser Institute
Year of publication: 
2019

Research reports from Fraser Institute

Property Rights and Prosperity: A Case Study of Westbank First Nation
How First Nations Benefit from Pipeline Construction
Assessing the Duty to Consult
Wealth of First Nations (2019)

Aboriginal Policy Research Archive [Fraser Institute]

Publisher: 
Fraser Institute
Year of publication: 
2019

Various Collections of Indigenous research and reports on:

Government Policy
Business
Infrastructure
Community Development
Elections

A Matter of TRUST: THE ROLE OF COMMUNITIES IN ENERGY DECISION-MAKING [University of Ottawa]

Publisher: 
University of Ottawa
Year of publication: 
2016

There is a historical context of expropriation both
recent (Kouchibigouac National Park in the 1950s)
and further back (Acadian expulsion in 1700s) that
makes residents skeptical and cautious of shale gas
exploration activities. One-tenth of the Kent County
population is Indigenous. The Mi’gmaq never ceded
territory but rather signed a “Peace and Friendship
Treaty” with the British Crown, with responsibilities
on either side for protection (INAC, undated). The
symbolic, strategic and legal importance of this fact

Current Positions [Working Warriors]

Publisher: 
Working Warriors
Year of publication: 
2019

Working Warriors is a cloud-based management platform that assists Indigenous communities with identifying their workforce, assets related to economic development as well as managing their industry partnerships. Working Warriors also acts as a project management tool for employers on major capital projects and operations.

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