Harold Cardinal and Walter Hildebrandt
The meaning of the Treaty relationship in the oral history of treaty Elders.
How government policy systematically undermined Indigenous farmers on the prairies.
Gina Starblanket and Dallas Hunt
Unravelling colonial narratives in the Gerald Stanley trial.
An analysis of the colonial structures that reconciliation has left intact, and a vision for a healthy and honourable relationship between Canada and Indigenous Nations.
Philip Brass and Valerie Zink
The impacts of privatizing land on the treaty relationship.
The colonial imagination and the importance of “deep unforgetting.”
Healthcare at the time of treaty-making into the present, and guidance for a future relationship rooted in mutual support and a politics of life.
The different understandings and expectations of treaties between settlers and First Nations.
Saskatchewan Indian Cultural Centre
First Nation reserves and language groups in Saskatchewan.
In the small town of Laird, SK, an old injustice provided new opportunities for dialogue, friendship, and a determination to right the wrongs of the past.
Conservation through Reconciliation Partnership
How to support a just and ecologically healthy future by redefining relationships and respecting Indigenous sovereignty, rights, and responsibilities.
Leanne Betasamosake Simpson
Addressing land dispossession in the Canadian reconciliation discourse.
David Suziki Foundation
The historical context of Indigenous Peoples’ dispossession from the lands that sustain them and the policy landscape that created today’s environmental and social crises.
Mennonite Central Committee of Saskatchewan
An interview with Leonard Doell from the Mennonite Central Committee about his work with the Young Chippewayan Nation and farms in the Laird area.
Mylan Tootoosis with Jason Mercredi
Treaty nationhood, the oral vs written history of treaties, and the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples.