Indigenous Peoples Atlas of Canada: Indigenous Canada

2018, 104 pages
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Created in partnership with the Assembly of First Nations, Inuit Tapiriit Kanatami, the Métis Nation, the National Centre for Truth and Reconciliation and Indspire.

Across Canada and around the world, Indigenous people are emerging as clever leaders, guiding powerful social movements — forces for good, representing communities and values we need more of in this 21st century.

This atlas brings together voices from First Nations, Métis and Inuit communities, representing the diversity of intellect and profundity of tragedy, comedy and triumph in Indigenous communities from Tkaronto to Tuktoyaktuk and Victoria to Val-d’ Or.

More than a century ago James Teit, a Canadian Shetlander, settled in our Interior Salish territories. [...] During his time among our ancestors, Teit listened to our stories and reflected up on them. Eventually, he joined our struggle to right enduring wrongs, to reclaim our land and to realize a more just and fair society — a society built nation-to-nation, government-to-government and people-to-people.

It is our hope, reader, that the voices of the first peoples gathered in this atlas cause you to reflect and may be even act as they did for Teit many generations ago. -- from the introduction Armageddon in Our Bones, Utopia in Our Souls by Julian Brave NoiseCat

Includes the sections Reference Maps, Truth and Reconciliation, and Glossary.

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