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First Nations Studies
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Yinka dinii ha ba ten the ways of the people of the earth : a social-ecological framework for sustainability
Intercultural sharing and learning: providing space for youth's voices
Wilps Wats'inaalukw: knowledge from the House of Wats'inaalukw
Community-based knowledge capture: Tsay Keh Dene develop an online archival system
Family of Louisa Oyee: a matriarch in the Nisga'a Nation
Anlagasimdeex : the history of a Gitxsan settlement
Early readers and decolonizing literature
First Nations women carvers: Celebrating creation and creativity.
Strength and resiliency in the narratives of Margaret Gagnon.
The importance of elbow room in Ken Kesey's novels.
The anti-trickster at play: Representing First Nations artists and art in the art galleries and museums of northern British Columbia.
Bill C-31. Identity and gender: Ain't I an Indian?
Education transformation: Issues for implementing an Aboriginal Choice School in Prince George, B.C.
Don't call me crazy: Re-envisioning mental health services for Aboriginal peoples in Prince George.
Towards First Nations energy self-sufficiency: Analyzing the renewable energy partnership between T'sou-ke Nation and Skidegate Band.
Berries, bison, and branches: Returning to traditional Aboriginal sustenance.
From colonization to globalization: the Gitxsan Nation's struggle for jurisdiction within their traditional territories
Nihl Adagwiy T'gun Adaawaks GalksiGabin (Here Is the Story of GalksiGabin): A modern auto-ethnography of a Nisga'a man.
Yukon First Nations Youth Mental Wellness: The Development of Culturally Appropriate Healing.
Stellakoh talook: the importance of salmon to Stellat'en
What do Inuit drawings mean to Nisga'a children?
Aboriginal midwifery and traditional birthing systems revisited and revitalized: Interviews with First Nations elders in the Northwest region of British Columbia.
Spirituality in helping others: Learning from First Nations elders and counselors' alcohol related experience.
Art, identity and culture: The politicization of contemporary Northwest Coast First Nations art.