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CBC News. (2017). How to talk about Indigenous people (2 min, 37 sec)

Concordia University. (2017).  Indigenous Directions: Territorial Acknowledgement with pronunciation.

Concordia University. (2019). Indigenous Elder and Community Protocols.


Online resources 

âpihtawikosisân/C. Vowel. Indigenous Issues 101 Primers: 

First Nations & Indigenous Studies UBC. (2009). Indigenous Foundations: Terminology. 

 Inuit Tapiriit Kanatami. (n.d.) A Note on Terminology: Inuit, Métis, First Nations, and Aboriginal.

Library of Parliament. Canada. (2020). Hill Notes - Indigenous peoples: Terminology Guide.

Celeste McKay Consulting. (2015). Briefing Note on Terminology: Concept Note – Terminology Related to Indigenous Peoples. University of Manitoba - Indigenous Student Centre.

Montreal Urban Aboriginal Community Strategy Network. (2019). Indigenous Ally Toolkit.


Vowel, C. (2016). Indigenous writes: a guide to First Nations, Metis and Inuit issues in Canada. Winnipeg: Highwater Press (print) & (ebook)

Younging, G. (2018). Elements of Indigenous style: a guide for writing by and about Indigenous peoplesEdmonton: Brush Education. (print) & (ebook)

Joseph, R.P.C. (2019). Indigenous relations: insights, tips & suggestions to make reconciliation a reality. Indigenous Relations Press. (print)

Canadian Geographic Indigenous Peoples Atlas of Canada (2018). National Centre for Truth and Reconciliation, Assembly of First Nations, Inuit Tapiriit Kanatami, the Metis Nation and Indspire. Volumes 1 - 4, with a Glossary of Indigenous terms in Volume 1. (print, reference, in library use only)


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