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Pretendians and the Indian Act

When we prepare an article for our blog, Working Effectively with Indigenous Peoples®, we put considerable thought into the title - how will it...

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10 Million - Thank you for making us your trusted Indigenous relations article source!

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Thank You for the Journey: Celebrating 10 Million Blog Views

As we embark on a new year, Indigenous Corporate Training Inc. (ICT) is humbled to share that our Working Effectively with Indigenous Peoples® Blog...

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6 Tips on Meeting With Indigenous Leaders

If you are planning to schedule a meeting with Indigenous leaders of the community you want to work with, here are some suggestions you should keep...

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UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples

On June 21, 2021, the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples Act (DRIPA) received Royal Assent and immediately came into...

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Lower Education - #2 of 8 Key Issues for Indigenous Peoples in Canada

Education is considered a human right in Canada. Yet, while Canada has one of the world's highest levels of educational attainment, the graduation...

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8 Key Issues for Indigenous Peoples in Canada and how they relate to the Indian Act.

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8 Key Issues for Indigenous Peoples in Canada

Eight of the key issues of most significant concern for Indigenous Peoples in Canada are complex and inexorably intertwined - so much so that...

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Why We Shouldn’t Say 'Bury the Hatchet'

Since the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada released its report and 94 Calls to Action, we have seen significant progress for Canada and...

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Murray Sinclair

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Responses From Some Indigenous Leaders on the Historic Papal Apology

For many survivors of residential schools and their families, the Papal apology was all they hoped to hear, for others, it did not go far enough....

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Sign from Wet'suwet'en protests. Photo: Flickr, Jason Hargove

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Hereditary Chiefs vs. Elected Chiefs: What’s the difference?

The Wetʼsuwetʼen protests in 2019 and 2020 were widely reported on and sparked public interest around one of many misconceptions of Hereditary Chiefs...

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