In May-June, Scholars Portal will be exhibiting at Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences 2017. The theme, “The Next 150, On Indigenous Lands”, pays tribute to the 150th anniversary of Canada’s Confederation, the rich indigenous history of the land on which we stand, and the future of Canada as a diverse and multicultural society especially as we strive to incorporate the recommendations of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission. This also coincides with National Aboriginal History Month in June. To honour this theme, we’ve gathered some resources on Indigenous Lands from across Scholars Portal services.
This map, published on May 20, 2014, illustrates all of the First Nations and Treaties in Ontario. It includes all 46 treaties and other agreements, such as land purchases by the Crown, that were signed between 1781 and 1930.
This layer depicts the administrative boundaries (extents) of lands that are set aside for the benefits of specific aboriginal groups in Canada.
This data set can be used to identify a tradition land use area, which is a polygon feature that identifies an area commonly used for both current and past human activities that are deemed worthy of special consideration. These areas are not officially recognized, but may be located on the basis of local common knowledge.
- Living a Long Way from Home: Communicating Land-related Knowledge in Dispersed Indigenous Communities, an Alternative Approach
- The Haudenosaunee Imagination and the Ecology of the Sacred
- A Recipe for Change: Reclamation of Indigenous Good Sovereignty in O-Pipon-Na-Piwin Cree Nation for Decolonization, Resource Sharing, and Cultural Restoration
- How Capitalism Will Save Colonialism: The Privatization of Reserve Lands in Canada
- Mapping the Digital Terrain: Towards Indigenous Geographic Information and Spatial Data Quality Indicators for Indigenous Knowledge and Traditional Land-Use Data Collection
- Commons, Enclosure, and Resistance in Kahnawá:ke Mohawk Territory, 1850-1900
- Transmission of Environmental Knowledge and Land Skills among Inuit Men in Ulukhaktok, Northwest Territories, Canada
- Environmental and Land-Use Planning Approaches of Indigenous Groups in Canada: An Overview
- Minding the gaps: Property, geography, and Indigenous peoples in Canada
- Indigenous land rights, entrepreneurship, and economic development in Canada: “opting-in” to the global economy
- Conflict in Caledonia: Aboriginal land rights and the rule of law
- On the land: confronting the challenges to aboriginal self-determination in Northern Quebec and Labrador
- Circles of time: aboriginal land rights and resistance in Ontario
- Living on the Land: indigenous women’s understanding of place
- Treaty no. 9: making the agreement to share the land in far northern Ontario in 1905
- Indigenous peoples’ land rights and resource rights
- Let right be done: aboriginal title, the Calder case, and the future of Indigenous rights
- No place for fairness: indigenous land rights and policy in the Bear Island case and beyond
- Oil spills and First Nations: exploring environmental and land issues surrounding the Northern Gateway Pipeline
- First Nations sacred sites in Canada’s courts