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Indigenous Education Sources

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These databases contain material representing the historical experience of Indigenous peoples as authored by European settler communities, Christian religious organizations, government agencies, and non-Indigenous scholars and scientists, as well as Indigenous individuals and organizations. These resources utilize a variety of terms as applied to Indigenous peoples and express attitudes that reflect ideas and prejudices at their point of creation. Some of these terms and attitudes will appear pejorative and expressive of ideas that are no longer regarded as acceptable, such as the outright elimination by assimilation or detribalization of Indigenous identities both individually and collectively. These materials are provided for academic research and teaching purposes. Gale's expert editorial staff includes this content in consultation with our source library partners and scholarly advisors and does not endorse any specific views contained within the content.

Indigenous Cultural Safety Collaborative Learning Series

This national webinar series provides an opportunity to share knowledge, experiences and perspectives in support of collective efforts to strengthen Indigenous cultural safety in health and social services.


Streaming video:

Cover ArtPauline and her Three Sisters

The 3-part series - 'Pauline & her Three Sisters' Starring Pauline Cotter and hosted by Maggie Ellison. Also featuring One Dish One Mic's own Karl Dockstader.

In this series, we watch as Indigenous Cook - Pauline Cotter teaches us a little bit about Indigenous culture while cooking with traditional Ingredients such as Corn, Beans and Squash (the Three Sisters). In addition, The Fort Erie Native Friendship Centre shows us their Three Sisters garden throughout the 2020 growing season.
Join us and learn how to cook some amazing Indigenous dishes with Pauline and her Three Sisters.

“Truth Before Reconciliation – Stories of Resiliency” – Student Panel

In the era of truth and reconciliation, the educational gap between Indigenous and non-Indigenous postsecondary students continues to persist due to the longstanding effects of colonization. Despite this gap, more and more Indigenous students are enrolling in postsecondary studies. This panel of Indigenous students from Niagara College share their successes, challenges, and recommendations for faculty and staff to support their continued success in the spirit of reconciliation.

This panel was originally presented on May 3, 2018 for Niagara College’s Day of Reflection (presented by the Centre for Professional and Organizational Development).




Aboriginal Peoples Television Network (APTN) is the world's first Indigenous national broadcaster dedicated to Indigenous programming.

Explore the great programming APTN has to offer.

Wild Archaeology:

Wild Archaeology takes viewers on exciting, never-before-seen adventures into Canada’s ancient Indigenous past. The first series in the world to explore Canada’s deep history, bringing over 14,000 years of human inhabitation vividly to life, all while highlighting cultural continuity, language, and revitalization in the present.  

In addition to our Online Digital Packages and educational guides, Wild Archaeology features a rich and immersive website  (www.wildarchaeology.com) with interactive content including 360-degree videos, providing a deeper exploration into the educational and cultural experiences featured throughout the series.


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