Aboriginal Issues Press
Aboriginal Issues Press publishes refereed books dealing with aboriginal topics. Profits from the sale of these books are used to support the Aboriginal Issues Press scholarship at the University of Manitoba.

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This is Indian Land

ISBN 978-1-928008-06-4


Edited by:
Karl S. Hele

Located on the Garden River CP Rail Bridge with its message “THIS IS INDIAN LAND”, serves as a powerful reminder that these lands belong to a First Nation. While the sign may literally rest on Indian land, it speaks to the reality often forgotten by mainstream society, that it exists on lands currently or once owned by various First Nations. This collection of articles about the 1850 treaties seeks to remind and engage people in a conversation about the lands and waters they share.

Survivance and Reconciliation:

7 Forward / 7 Back

2015 Canadian Indigenous Native Studies Association Conference Proceedings

ISBN 978-1-928008-05-7


Edited by:
Karl S. Hele

We have survived despite prolonged efforts of erasure by colonial states. Our survivance demands reconciliation. The reconciliation process must look back- wards and forwards to determine a proper path for the future. In 2015, the Canadian Indigenous/Native Studies Association reinforced this by re-launching its annual conference with the dual themes of survivance and reconciliation. The articles within this collection represent a beginning of discussions and calls for action.

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