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Aboriginal/Indigenous Programs   Tags: aboriginal, culture, education, first_nation, government, indigenous_peoples, metis  

Guide to resources supporting research and coursework for the Aboriginal Education Support Worker, Aboriginal Financial Manager program, First Nations courses, and general studies and research for Indigenous Peoples.
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About Aboriginal Program Resources at COTR

Aboriginal Programs at COTR offer the opportunity to study a wide range of topics. This guide is designed to deliver appropriate, relevant, and authoritative resources and tools for your research all in one location.  Use the navigation tabs to find:

  • books & e-books
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  • much more. . .



Gwen Philips

Gwen Phillips, Director of Corporate Services and Governance Transition, Ktunaxa Nation, "Reforming the Ktunaxa Nation Constitution: What We're Doing and Why," Presentation, Tribal Constitutions seminar, Native Nations Institute for Leadership, Management, and Policy, University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona, May 1, 2012.


Gwen Phillips, Director of Corporate Services and Governance Transition for the Ktunaxa Nation, discusses how Ktunaxa is using the British Columbia treaty process to reconceive and restructure its governance system from the ground up in order to revitalize Ktunaxa culture, language and core values and create a vibrant future for the Ktunaxa generations to come.

Source: Indigenous Governance Database, Native Nations Institute


Elizabeth Linday

It's been said that when an elder dies, it's as if a library is burned. Anthropologist Elizabeth Lindsey, a National Geographic Fellow, collects the deep cultural knowledge passed down as stories and lore.


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