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Okanagan Women’s Voices

The writing and relations between Syilx women and settler women, largely of European descent, who came to inhabit the British Columbia southern interior from the mid-nineteenth to the early twentieth ...

Memories of a Metis Settlement

Edited by Constance Brissenden
Categories: History

An endearing historical text that brings you to the center of the East Prairie Metis community. Experiences shared by the firsthand accounts of Elders and settlers are supplemented with personal photographs ...

Following Nimishoomis

By Helen Agger
Categories: History
Series: Following Nimishoomis

Following Nimishoomis provides a detailed history of the Namegosibiing Trout Lake community in northwestern Ontario through the life story of Dedibaayaanimanook Sarah Keesick Olsen as told by her daughter. ...

The Circle Game

Was the residential school era a misguided feature of Canada's generous humanitarian inclinations toward Aboriginal peoples? Were the notorious brutal acts of the operators of these schools the sporadic ...


By Doug Cuthand
Categories: History
Series: Tapwe

Doug Cuthand has his finger on the rapid pulse of the First Nations from the politics to the pop culture. His columns are brimming with his dry-as-a-stick humour and cutting wit. His natural world insights ...

Box of Treasures or Empty Box?

Over twenty years ago, Aboriginal and Treaty Rights were included in Section 35 of the Constitution Act, 1982. They provided the basis for recognition of the unique status of Indigenous Peoples within ...


By Shirley Louis
Categories: History

Q'sapi, meaning "long time ago," is a book that traces the history of the Okanagan People. The People of the Okanagan Nation are located in the interior valley of British Columbia and all the way down ...

Nk'Mip Chronicles

Edited by Andrea Walsh
Categories: History
Series: Nk'Mip Chronicles

This is a refreshing historical document about identity and education in a Native community in the time of residential schools. Anthony Walsh arrived at the Inkameep Day School in 1932 and started teaching. ...