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Treaties Recognition Playlist

Indigenous education and reconciliation are very important priorities for the university. Led by Indigenous Education and Cultural Services and the President’s Indigenous Reconciliation Taskforce, we strive to build, throughout the campus community, a sense of gratitude, understanding and appreciation for Indigenous people, their history, and the land they have welcomed us to share with them.  

Given the goals of reconciliation and ongoing education, we have made a number of interesting and helpful video resources available to students, staff and faculty through the library website.

The Library has subscribed to two video playlists. The first is the Future History Series, a television show that looks back at the history of the Indigenous community and looks forward to their brighter future. The second is a Treaties Recognition Playlist, which tells the history of treaties in Canada as well as other important Indigenous stories that have affected our nation and its cultural landscape.

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We highly recommend you watch these videos and share them with others interested in supporting our journey toward reconciliation.

Many other resources on Indigenous studies are also available, including books, databases, statistics and data. You can find links to these resources in the Library’s research guide.

For more information, contact Indigenous Education and Cultural Services.