Be Impeccable with your Word –by committing to using careful and sincere language, we can minimize conflict and encourage compassionate conversation.
Don’t Take Anything Personally - This may be difficult, and isn't to be used as an excuse to hurt people’s feelings. It's important to be able to look critically at history, without taking it as a personal affront.
Don’t Make Assumptions - For this material, it is important not to assume you know how others are thinking about a subject. Let people tell their own stories, and make an effort to listen to each other explain what we're experiencing.
Always Do Your Best - Everyone is likely to make some mistakes, so it's vital for to collectively agree that we will do our very best, act on good faith, and keep in mind our peers are also trying their best.
A collection of Indigenous resources on a variety of topics and in a variety of mediums.
a chronological list of dates and events in Canadian History, with links to further resources, books and other media.