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  • In this post, we want to raise awareness and question as to why some statistics are biased relating to crime rates with Aboriginal Peoples. We feel that when some of the media reports statistics, or when researchers conduct surveys/polls, that they are consistantly "off the mark" (biased).  Wh...
  • March 28
    Posted by Joel Hotham
    Elsipogtog By: Alexa-Bree James-Ashkewe and Joel Hotham  "We are peaceful people and what we want is to protect the water for all of us," said Sock. "I encourage everyone who cares about the land to keep making your voices heard in a safe, loving and yet loud voice, if need be" (CBC News: Sha...
  • By: Zachary Miller & Shannon Beauchesne     The Indigenous population of Canada has faced many injustices throughout their relationship with the institutions of Canada. One of the greatest is the disproportionate incarceration rates that are experienced by Aboriginals (using this term pur...
  • February 24
    Posted by Carol Mammel
    As summer turned into fall of 2012, 275 delegates from 33 post-secondary institutions came together at the University of the Fraser Valley’s Aboriginal Gathering Place. The purpose of the gathering: to discuss indigenization – a way of making universities welcoming for indigenous culture...
Welcome to the IndigiLINK Blogs and Training page. Individuals and Organizations can utilize this tool to post articles and blogs. Blogs are highly beneficial for spreading awareness on different topics and also for sharing traditional Indigenous knowledge and/or conventional knowledge. IndigiLINK training documents can also be found here. Note: Blogs and Articles used for advertising, solicitation, and/or spam will automatically be deleted.
  • FRSTNATN 1020E 001 - Crim/Corrections/Law

    Posted April 1 by Chad Laverdure-Moore

    In this post, we want to raise awareness and question as to why some statistics are biased relating to crime rates with Aboriginal Peoples. We feel that when some of the media reports statistics, or when researchers conduct surveys/polls, that they are consistantly "off the mark" (biased).  Wh...

  • Elsipogtog

    Posted March 28 by Joel Hotham

    Elsipogtog By: Alexa-Bree James-Ashkewe and Joel Hotham  "We are peaceful people and what we want is to protect the water for all of us," said Sock. "I encourage everyone who cares about the land to keep making your voices heard in a safe, loving and yet loud voice, if need be" (CBC News: Sha...

  • FNS 1020 - Criminology/Corrections/Law

    Posted March 28 by Zachary Miller

    By: Zachary Miller & Shannon Beauchesne     The Indigenous population of Canada has faced many injustices throughout their relationship with the institutions of Canada. One of the greatest is the disproportionate incarceration rates that are experienced by Aboriginals (using this term pur...

  • Indigenizing the Academy

    Posted February 24 by Carol Mammel

    As summer turned into fall of 2012, 275 delegates from 33 post-secondary institutions came together at the University of the Fraser Valley’s Aboriginal Gathering Place. The purpose of the gathering: to discuss indigenization – a way of making universities welcoming for indigenous culture...

  • Legal Advice

    Posted January 7 by Mallory Yawnghwe

    My first blog entry and evidentally my first day of my first business law class at MacEwan. I ponder the availability of legal services provided to first nations people on reserves. How can we make this more accessable to everyone in the community? How does everyone know their rights being under fed...

  • 5 Powerful Ways to Use the IndigiLINK Network

    Posted January 5 by IndigiLINK Admin

    Create a Group with Other Like-Minded Individuals - One of the most powerful communication tools available within the IndigiLINK network is the "Groups" feature. For example, if you are the coordinator of a First Nations resource centre in a Canadian university or college and want to network ...