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First Nations Studies
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Community-based knowledge capture: Tsay Keh Dene develop an online archival system
Early readers and decolonizing literature
Intercultural sharing and learning: providing space for youth's voices
Wilps Wats'inaalukw: knowledge from the House of Wats'inaalukw
Yinka dinii ha ba ten the ways of the people of the earth : a social-ecological framework for sustainability
Family of Louisa Oyee: a matriarch in the Nisga'a Nation
Anlagasimdeex : the history of a Gitxsan settlement
First Nations women carvers: Celebrating creation and creativity.
An Aboriginal approach: what teachers need to know in public education
Songs of challenge, songs of peace: Nisga'a cultural performance in education
The paradox of development: Lheidli T'enneh perspectives on resource development.
Don't call me crazy: Re-envisioning mental health services for Aboriginal peoples in Prince George.
Gitxsan storytelling: the breath of our grandfathers
The importance of elbow room in Ken Kesey's novels.
Stellakoh talook: the importance of salmon to Stellat'en
Native hip hop: coyote recreates story and song
Gyetim Gan: faces in the forest
Reclaiming Lheidli: Towards indigenous planning in Prince George.
Spirituality in helping others: Learning from First Nations elders and counselors' alcohol related experience.
Strength and resiliency in the narratives of Margaret Gagnon.
Towards First Nations energy self-sufficiency: Analyzing the renewable energy partnership between T'sou-ke Nation and Skidegate Band.
River of knowledge: First nations post-secondary success along Lisims.
Whispering the circle back: Participating in the oral transmission of knowledge.
Bill C-31. Identity and gender: Ain't I an Indian?