Use these free databases and websites to identify resources of interest. Fulltext articles that are not available for free can be obtained through MHIKNET Document Delivery
Colonialism & Intergenerational Trauma
The following items are from the bibliography "Indigenous Health Research Methods – Select Journal Articles" compiled by Janice Linton, Indigenous Health Librarian & Liaison Librarian for Community Health Sciences at the University of Manitoba. Many more Indigenous research methods resources are listed on the University of Manitoba Library website.
National Centre for Truth and Reconciliation
Reports (In addition to the NCTR reports, other modern and historical reports are available)
United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples
Indigenous Peoples, Department of Economic and Social Affairs - Main Page
Truth & Reconciliation Web Archives
The Path to Reconciliation Act C.C.S.M. c. R30.5
The Path to Reconciliation Act, C.C.S.M. c. R30.5 / Loi sur la réconciliation, c. R30.5 de la C.P.L.M.
The Path to Reconciliation Act (MB)
The Path To Reconciliation Act (MB)
Annual progress report, The Path to Reconciliation Act. Manitoba Legislative Library Catalogue Record
Includes links to the 2016 and 2017 progress reports (published in: Oji-Cree, Ojibwe, Michif, Inuktitut, Dene, Cree, and English. 2016 also published in Dakota.)
Annual progress report, The Path to Reconciliation Act. September 2018 (English) [PDF]
City of Winnipeg
Partner Goals & Progress Report June 2019 [PDF]
Partner Goals & Progress Report June 2018 [PDF]
Government of Canada
Delivering on Truth and Reconciliation Commission Calls to Action
Manitoba Harm Reduction Network
Cultural Safety for Aboriginal Peoples: a Determinant of Health (National Collaborating Centre for Aboriginal Health) When you reach the end of the introduction section, the next video segment will automatically begin.
Indigenous Cultural Safety Collaborative learning series webinars
Manitoba Trauma Information Centre
Treaty Relations Commission of Manitoba
Indigenous Canada (University of Alberta Massive Open Online Course)
The First Nations Principles of OCAP® (The First Nations Information Governance Centre)
This guide is intended as a gesture of solidarity, to amplify Black and Indigenous voices, and to signify our willingness to educate ourselves and others about systemic anti-Black and anti-Indigenous racism by sharing some of the many relevant resources in our collection and elsewhere. Some of the compilers of this guide are neither Black nor Indigenous. The Libraries commits to maintaining and updating this guide and to expanding it to include content which discusses other forms of racism. The Libraries also commits to listening, learning, and changing to counter the systemic racism found within our own practices and systems.
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