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UBC to Join Canoe Gathering Sept 17th

Groups at UBC are now forming to organize UBC participation in the September 17th Canoe Gathering in False Creek. Want to join? Contact ryanne.james@ubc.ca.

Student Art Show: Submissions Welcome

Power to Change, an AMS student club, would like to invite the UBC community to participate in expressing how one understands truth and the need for reconciliation through art and creative expression.

Indigenous Foundations

Indigenous Foundations

Indigenous Foundations, created by the UBC First Nations Studies Program, provides concise information on Aboriginal topics, including the Indian Residential Schools, and has a complete video record of UBC’s Nov 1, 2011 IRS Dialogue–an excellent introduction to this topic.

Xwi7xwa Library Residential Schools Research Guide

Xwi7xwa Library Residential Schools Research Guide

Xwi7xwa Library’s collections include extensive materials related to the Indian Residential School System in Canada and Xwi7xwa librarians have produced a research guide that can help you to access relevant materials at Xwi7xwa and beyond.

UBC Dialogue on the Indian Residential Schools: Video Records

UBC Dialogue on the Indian Residential Schools: Video Records

On November 1, 2011 the UBC First Nations House of Learning, in collaboration with the Indian Residential School Survivors Society, hosted a day-long event addressing the history and legacy of the Indian Residential Schools…

Longhouse Student Conference Focuses on Indian Residential Schools: Student Reflection

Longhouse Student Conference Focuses on Indian Residential Schools: Student Reflection

This years Student Conference will be focused on facilitating UBC student participation in TRC events Sept 20, 2013…

Aboriginal Leaders, UBC Scholars Gather for Dialogue on Indian Residential Schools

Aboriginal Leaders, UBC Scholars Gather for Dialogue on Indian Residential Schools

The First Nations House of Learning welcomed nearly 200 senior university administrators, national Aboriginal leaders, faculty members, and residential school survivors…

MOA Outreach Kit on Residential Schools

MOA Outreach Kit on Residential Schools

The Museum of Anthropology offers teaching kits, panel exhibits, and guided studies for use in the classroom. The Residential School Kit is intended for students in Grades 10-12 and was developed in conjunction with the Residential School Survivor Society, the Legacy of Hope Foundation, and the Aboriginal Healing Foundation.

Reconciliation Canada

Reconciliation Canada

Reconciliation Canada is the vision of Chief Dr. Robert Joseph, Gwawaenuk Tribal Elder. This charitable project is a collaboration between the Indian Residential School Survivors Society (IRSSS) and Tides Canada Initiatives Society (TCI).

Legacy of Hope Foundation

Legacy of Hope Foundation

The Legacy of Hope Foundation is a national Aboriginal charitable organization whose purposes are to educate, raise awareness and understanding of the legacy of residential schools…