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module 7

 
 
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Indigenous Relations: 

This module examines examples of methods and protocols in working effectively with Indigenous Peoples. We will focus on the knowledge non-Indigenous individuals and organizations can implement to ensure a respectful nation-to-nation relationship.

Learning Objectives: 

  • In this module we will identify certain appropriate terms and protocols when working with Indigenous Peoples.

  • Explore how non-Indigenous individuals and organizations might improve their interactions with Indigenous Peoples

  • Examine the implementation of the 'TRC Calls to Action' in your workplace.

 

Watch the Video: Introduction to Indigenous Relations

by J.P. Gladu, CEO of CCAB - Canadian Council of Aboriginal Business

 
 

Slideshow:

INDIGENOUS RELATIONS

View the following SlideShow before proceeding to the unit video.

To get a printable PDF version of these slides, use the download link below. 


Module Quiz

To complete Module 7: Take the quiz (4 questions)

 


Bonus Section

Student reconciliation portal to share with your children (or co-op students or interns in your workplace):

You can provide the below access to your children in secondary school or young people in your workplace. This concise student portal is part of the ‘4 Seasons of Reconciliation Secondary Unit’ and provides young people a multi-media online portal from which they can access themes of reconciliation from their own area of interest (for example, sports, art, fashion etc.). The portal takes them to online articles or videos related to their theme of interest. Students can also use this portal for citing sources in essays or homeworks in various subject courses.

You can visit this portal with them or provide them access here: https://www.reconciliationeducation.ca/student-portal-secondary

or click on portal image below:

 
 


Click button to watch more bonus content - or access this feature after you complete the unit.