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"Living a Lie" The Edmonton Residential School 1950 to 1960 - A Story of Sexual Abuse by a United Church Minister and the Response by the Church of the TimeDownload
Using hermeneutic inquiry with a critical theory lens, I sought to document and unconceal the involvement of the United Church of Canada in a case of sexual abuse of children at the Edmonton Residential School during 1950 to 1960. Through analysis of the archival data, I sought to understand how...
This study examines the concept of agonistic reconciliation in the context of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada, a commission established to address the settler colonial legacy of residential schools which generations of indigenous children were forced to attend. Agonistic...
In my presentation I explore the grey area between censorship in terms of banning books, and reconciliation. I will be using the children’s novel The King’s Daughter by Suzanne Martel as a case study. The King’s Daughter was published in 1981 and is the story of a French orphan who chooses to...
Elder in the Making - Aistammatsstohksin K-12 Lesson Plans for Alberta Educators Inspired by the FilmDownload
Introduction: As a group of undergraduate students at Mount Royal University in Calgary, Canada our key goal was to bridge generations. Given the time, resources, and the Elder in the Making film, we have worked diligently between Elders and communities developing materials that we hope will...
For the past 400 years Indigenous peoples in Canada have actively resisted colonial impositions on their way of life (Simpson, 2011). The impact of the relationship that non-Indigenous people have had with Indigenous people during these times of resistance has been both positive and negative. The...
Guilty by Design: A Critical Race Analysis of the Over-Incarceration of Indigenous Peoples in an Era of ReconciliationDownload
In the decade since the Indian Residential School Settlement Agreement (IRSSA) went into effect, governments have been promoting, discussing and celebrating the idea of reconciliation between Indigenous peoples and the state. However, in many policy arenas, governments are continuing practices...
In this dissertation, I demonstrate that the Indian Residential Schools Truth and Reconciliation Commission’s (TRC) history of residential schooling is fundamentally incomplete for a variety of reasons, many out of the TRC’s control. This incompleteness necessitates further investigation into the...
This Thesis discusses how Impact and Benefit Agreements (IBAs) can reconcile First Nations to resource development in Canada. IBAs, as their name suggests, allocate benefits to an Aboriginal community in exchange for impacting their rights and/or land through resource development. This Thesis...