The Journey to Reconciliation includes ongoing learning, reflecting, and practicing in your own life. To assist with the learning, here is a guide to educational web pages, reports and organizations with information on Indigenous issues, history, rights, reconciliation plans, and more.
Land Back Q and A: In conversation with four Indigenous leaders on the ‘Land Back’ movement
Information and Education Resources from the O:se Kenhionhata:tie Land Back Camp
United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples
Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls – National Inquiry Documents
First Nations Mental Wellness Continuum Framework – Summary Report
Reconciliation and Canada’s Overdose Crisis: Responding to the Needs of Indigenous Peoples
Waterloo Wellington Aboriginal Palliative Care Needs Assessment