The Aboriginal Healing Foundation was created on March 31, 1998 and provided $350 million by the federal government of Canada to encourage and support community-developed, community-delivered and culturally-based initiatives addressing the intergenerational effects of abuses suffered in the Indian Residential School System. Ceased operations in September 2014. This is an archived website.
Database of electronic resources such as books, articles, theses, documents and digital materials. Includes freely available and licensed resources. Check with the TRU Library regarding availability of licensed resources.
This site provides biographical, bibliographic and other information pertaining to Native American (including Canadian aboriginal) authors. Has not been updated since 2012 and no further updates are planned.
"NMAI has one of the most extensive collections of Native arts and artifacts in the world, as well as photographic, manuscript, and media collections, covering all culture areas of the Americas from past to present. Representative images of objects from these collections are searchable by Peoples/Cultures, Artists, Individuals, Places, and features; extensive metadata includes artist notes, media/materials, technique, dimensions, and provenance. The site also provides information on the significance, history, and conservation of collections, and NMAI's collaborative approach to repatriation." from Choice Reviews Online, November 2015
IWGIA is an international, non-governmental organization that supports indigenous peoples' rights. Provides resources on human rights, environment and development; culture and identity; indigenous groups around the world.