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Archived since: Jul, 2013
The Urban Aboriginal Peoples Study is an extensive new research study that has gone beyond the numbers to capture the values, experiences and aspirations of Aboriginal peoples living in Vancouver, Edmonton, Calgary, Regina, Saskatoon, Winnipeg, Thunder Bay, Toronto, Montreal, Halifax and Ottawa.
Subject: Society & Culture, Government - Cities, Government - National, Indians of North America -- Canada -- Attitudes, Indians of North America -- Canada -- Ethnic identity, Indians of North America -- Canada -- Urban residence, Indians of North America -- Canada -- Social life and customs, Native peoples -- Canada -- Attitudes, Native peoples -- Canada -- Urban residence, Native peoples -- Canada -- Social life and customs, Native peoples -- Canada -- Ethnic identity
Date: 2013-06-26 01:08
Contributor: University of Winnipeg
Rights: The user is granted reasonable rights of use of the content of this (these) data product(s) only for personal, corporate or public policy research, as well as for educational purposes. This permission includes the use of the content in analysis and in the reporting of results and conclusions, including the citation of limited amounts of supporting data, extracted from the data product, in such documents. In such cases, the source of the data must be acknowledged in all such documents and communications by providing the following source citation at the bottom of each table and graph: Source (or 'Adapted from' if appropriate): Environics Institute for Survey Research, Urban Aboriginal Peoples Study, 2010.
Archived since: Jul, 2016
In collaboration with the University of Manitoba Libraries, the National Centre of Truth and Reconciliation, and the Library and Archives of Canada, the University of Winnipeg Library has curated and captured a selection of webpages, blogs, news coverage, and PDF files that pertain to Manitoba's ongoing involvement with the Truth and Reconciliation Commission. This growing collection covers a diverse range of topics, which include survivors’ stories, apologies, responses, cultural events, and more. This is an ongoing web-archiving project that will continue to grow as we witness new ways that reconciliation and healing take place in our province. We gratefully acknowledge the financial assistance of Manitoba Tourism, Culture, Heritage, Sport and Consumer Protection, and the Government of Canada in the creation of this collection.
Subject: Society & Culture, Government - Cities, Arts & Humanities, Truth and Reconciliation Canada, Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada, Indigenous peoples—Manitoba, Racism--Canada, Residential Schools, Universities, Research and Teaching
Creator: University of Winnipeg Library
Collector: University of Winnipeg Library
Rights: This electronic resource is made available by the University of Winnipeg Library for the purposes of research, education, teaching and private study. All intellectual property rights are retained by the legal copyright holders. The University of Winnipeg does not hold the copyright to the content of this file. Formal permission to reuse or republish this content must be obtained from the copyright holder.
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