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Aboriginal Women and Urban Housing: Realizing the Community Benefits
Aboriginal women's housing issues profoundly affect the safety, health, and wellbeing of entire families. For low-income women who occupy marginal positions within the city, there is a particular urgency to access safe and ...
Itwestamakewin: the invitation to dialogue with writers of Cree ancestry
This study explores the effects of engaging with contemporary dual language texts, specifically Cree texts, as a non-Cree educator intent on using the literature classroom as a place in which to explore cross-cultural ...
"We want doors opened, not slammed shut": Aboriginal economic development corporations, case studies from Saskatchewan
Aboriginal Economic Development Corporations (AEDCs) have changed the approach to First Nations economic development. These agencies are set up and owned by Aboriginal governments to create economic opportunity for their ...
Bedford Road Redmen Athletic Mascot Change: Colonization, Naming, and Power
Abstract The purpose of this research was to gain understanding of the complex controversy that arose over the campaign to change the athletic moniker of the Bedford Road Collegiate mascot from Redmen to Redhawks between ...
Kasibahagua Meets Sassuma Arnaa: Truancy, Resilience and Indigenous Curricula
This non-empirical thesis employed standpoint theory to explore how culturally relevant curricula and curricular resources aim to foster resilience while diminishing truancy among First Nations, Métis, and Inuit youths. ...