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Land Acknowledgement

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Weaving Reconciliation into Your Meetings

Land acknowledgements are increasingly present at the beginning of meetings in board rooms, lectures, classrooms, entertainment events etc. Land...

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First Nation Protocol on Traditional Territory

It can be customary between one First Nation and another to acknowledge the host Nation Peoples and their traditional territory at the outset of any...

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Some Resources to Help You With Indigenous Protocol

On October 1, 2017, as I listened to Jagmeet Singh make his acceptance speech as the newly crowned leader of the National Democratic Party I was...

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Why Should You Learn to Pronounce Indigenous Names?

It’s becoming more commonplace for formal meetings to begin with an acknowledgement of the traditional or treaty territory on which the meeting is...

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Why You Should Avoid Using “Crown Lands” in Indigenous Consultation

One of the terms you will want to consider avoiding is “crown land” or “crown lands”. If you use this term in your work with Indigenous Peoples, you...

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