- Best Start Resource Centre (2012). Why am I poor? First Nations Child Poverty in Ontario.
- BigFoot, S.D., & Schmidt, S.R. (2010). Honoring children, mending the circle: Cultural adaptation of trauma-focused cognitive-behavioral therapy for American Indian and Alaska Native Children. Journal of Clinical Psychology: In Session, 66(8), 847-856.
- First Nations Child & Family Caring Society of Canada
This is an exhaustive resource website that features an online journal, children and youth resources and a research database.
This is a useful resource for caregivers looking after children who have been abused or neglected.
- Wilson Young, E., (2009). The Condoms are Next to the Toothpaste: Sex Talk at the Kitchen Table. Bloomington, Indiana: Authorhouse Publishing.
This book offers discussion on the conflicts between traditional teachings and sexual health.
Miller, J.R. (1996). Shingwauk's Vision: A History of Native Residential Schools. University of Toronto Press.
The author explores the motives and agendas of all three agents involved in this story – the government officials who authorized the schools, the missionaries who taught in them and the students who attended them.
An award-winning documentary which features former minister Kevin Annett, who blew the whistle on his own church, after he learned of thousands of murders in residential schools.
This website explores the history and legacy of Canada's Residential School System, through survivor stories, archival photographs and documents.
- Alston-O'Connor, E. (2010). The Sixties Scoop: Implications for Social Workers and Social Work Education. Critical Social Work Practice, 11(1).
- Sinclair, R. (2007). Identity lost and found: Lessons from the sixties scoop. First Peoples Child & Family Review, 3(1), 65-82.
This is a documentary portrait of Joseph Idlout, a man who was once the world's most famous Inuit. Unknown to most Canadians today, Idlout was the subject of many films and books, and one of the Inuit hunters pictured for many years on the back of Canada's $2 bill. In this film, Idlout's son, Peter Paniloo, takes us on a journey through his father's life – that of a man caught "between two worlds."
- Capturing Spirit: An Inuit Journey (1998). Directed by Albert Nerenberg, Makivik Corporation.
- Healey, G., & Tagak Sr., A. (2014). PILIRIQATIGIINNIQ: ‘Working in a collaborative way for the common good': A perspective on the space where health research methodology and Inuit epistemology come together. International Journal of Critical Indigenous Studies, 7(1), 1-14.
- Inuit Tapiriit Kanatami (ITK)
This is the website for the National Inuit organization in Canada, representing four Inuit regions – Nunatsiavut (Labrador), Nunavik (northern Quebec), Nunavut, and the Inuvialuit Settlement Region in the Northwest Territories.
According to the website, Pauktuutit fosters greater awareness of the needs of Inuit women, advocates for equality and social improvements, and encourages their participation in the community, regional and national life of Canada. Pauktuutit leads and supports Inuit women in Canada in policy development and community projects in all areas of interest to them for the social, cultural, political and economic betterment of the women, their families and communities.
(Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer, Questioning, Intersex, Pansexual, Two-Spirit, Asexual, Allies)
- Alaers, J. (2010). Two-spirited people and social work practice: Exploring the history of Aboriginal gender and sexual diversity. Critical Social Work, 11(1).
- PFLAG Canada – Helpful links for people who are Two-spirited
- Rainbow Resource Centre (Manitoba)
- Re:searching for LGBTQ Health, Two-Spirit Community (2015). University of Toronto & CAMH.
- University of Toronto (2008). Positive Space Campaign – Definitions.