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Indigenous Knowledge Portal
Welcome to the Indigenous Knowledge Portal (IKP), a searchable database and related links that provides access to a variety of annotated literature reviews, reports, guides, films, booklets, studies, journal articles and presentations all related to Aboriginal children and families in Canada and similar countries. The Caring Society follows OCAP principles and provides open access to all the documents included here.
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Année: 2016Type: Journal Articles
Année: 2015Type: ReportPublisher: Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada
In order to redress the legacy of the residential schools and advance the process of Canadian reconciliation, the Truth and Reconciliation...
Année: 1967Type: ReportPublisher: Canadian Welfare Council
In a report prepared for the Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development, it was found that 80% of residential school students were...File(s):
Année: 1967Type: Report
From the report: “Knowing how much lag can be expected between the formulation of new policies, including the staging of exciting new pilot...
Année: 1922Type: BookPublisher: James Hope & Sons
Following his 1907 report to the Department of Indian Affairs and subsequent removal from public service in 1921, Dr. PH Bryce wrote ...
Année: 1920Type: ReportPublisher: Order of Parliament
The Indian Affairs Annual Report in 1920 outlined, among other things, amendments to the Indian Act that occured that year. One such amendment was...File(s):
Année: 1907Type: ReportPublisher: Government Printing Bureau
Dr. PH Bryce was hired as a Chief Medical Officer for the Department of the Interior and Indian Affairs where he was tasked with reporting on the...
Children and youth have a voice and can teach others about reconciliation, the Truth and Reconciliation Commission and the importance of...