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“There are no shortcuts”: The Long Road to Treaty 7 Education
Treaty 7 was signed at Blackfoot Crossing in 1877. According to one Indigenous signatory, Chief Crowfoot of the Niisitapi, treaty commissioners in attendance stated the treaty stood in perpetuity: “As the long as the sun ...
Aboriginal goals of education in Lac La Ronge, Montreal Lake and Timber Bay, Saskatchewan : a case study
The main purpose of this study was to determine if Aboriginal people prefer goals of education that reflect an Aboriginal or Western perspective in education. In order to do this Aboriginal goals of education first had to ...
Specialized training in the Saskatchewan Urban Native Teacher Education Program : a case study
The Saskatchewan Urban Native Teacher Education Program (SUNTEP) officially came into existence in April of 1980. The program is designed to recognize a unique and distinctive cultural group in Western ,Canada. Students ...
"History's blinkers" : resituating 1950s aboriginal socio-economic history within anomie theory
Colonial discourse has typically defined and limited understandings of Aboriginal history. By analyzing the educational, housing and employment issues found in the fieldnotes compiled during the research of Harry Hawthorn’s ...