Resources

CSLA Publications

reconciliation, vol 21, no 3

In the Fall 2019, Reconciliation issue of Landscapes I Paysages, read how David Thomas, other Indigenous designers and landscape architects, as well as many firms across the country are discussing the applying the concepts of reconciliation in their projects and practices.

Click on the covers to download the digital editions

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Download the magazine in .pdf

Download LP + in .pdf


Events Calendar: Online and In-person events

For more information on events about this issue, visit our events calendar


Provincial, Regional, and Territorial Component Associations Publications

New Content on Indigenous Issues in OALA's Ground Magazine

Responding to Reconciliation

 

 

 

 

Sitelines Magazine - BCSLA

Groundwork: Building Relations with First Nations

Read the October 2017 Edition

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


About Truth and Reconciliation


National Centre for Truth and Reconciliation Mini Series

TRC Mini Documentary - Senator Murray Sinclair on Reconciliation


A National Journey for Healing


Honorary Witnesses on Moving Forward


Other National Organization's Publications

Engineers Canada's Guide to Acknowledging First Peoples and Traditional Land

Do you host meetings, or are working with volunteers and committees who host meetings? This resource is for you! The purpose of this document is to provide guidance and to answer questions for Engineers Canada staff for conducting land acknowledgements at the beginning of meetings, public events, and conferences.

This guideline will be your hub for understanding the value of conducting land acknowledgements, as well as tips, templates, and protocols for how to do a land acknowledgement at your meetings. It will be regularly updated by the Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Manager.

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Canadian Institute of Planners' Policy on Planning Practice and Reconciliation

CIP's policy on Planning Practice and Reconciliation is a call to action for planners to engage in meaningful and sustained relationship building with Indigenous Peoples of Canada. Read CIP's full Planning Practice and Reconciliation policy:

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Infrastructure Planning Guide and Toolkit:
A Practical Approach to Infrastructure Planning for First Nations

Indigenous Services Canada (ISC) recently published a new resource: Infrastructure Planning Guide and Toolkit: A Practical Approach to Infrastructure Planning for First Nations. This guide outlines a step-by-step approach to infrastructure planning and includes practical tools for each step

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Recruitment and Education Resources

First Nations Technology Council

Hire Indigenous STEM students

https://technologycouncil.ca/

https://technologycouncil.ca/sector-enagement/

First Nations Career Council

Indigenous and allied STEM practitioners supporting entry into STEM fields

https://asttbc.org/fncc/

Indispire

Contribute to Scholarship Programs, Resources for educators

https://indspire.ca/programs/educators/online-resource-centre/

Ryerson University Online Course: Canada's Story: An Aboriginal Perspective

Sept 14, 2020 to Dec 18, 2020

This course will explore the background of Aboriginal peoples from the time of creation, through the processes of colonization, its present impacts and resistance to such impacts. It will address the arms of colonization such as the Indian Act, residential school system, child welfare and education. Aboriginal peoples' survival, resistance and healing will also be a major component to this course.

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University of Alberta's Online Course: Indigenous Canada

Start date: October 28, 2020

The profession of landscape architecture can contribute to the national effort towards reconciliation between Indigenous and non-Indigenous Canadians. Start by exploring Indigenous histories and contemporary issues in Canada in this highly recommended course

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