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1899 and After

Research Resource Listings and Links

   

University of Alberta Libraries, Canadian Indian Treaties: website that provides a listing of Texts, Journals, Articles and other resources related to Canadian Indian Treaties

Treaty 8 First Nations of Alberta: website that provides information on current and pending Treaty 8 legislation, current projects and issues, historical  information on Treaty 8,  as well as contact information on the members of the Treaty 8 First Nations of Alberta organization

First Nations Adult and Higher Education Consortium: website that provides a map of the treaties signed in Alberta as well as contact information for the consortium

Aboriginal Claims in Canada: website that provides an overview of Canadian Aboriginal claims and includes links to various internet resources available for researching this topic

Alberta: How the West Was Young: First Nations and Metis section of this website profiles the first nations people in Alberta as well as the treaty process and signings that occurred in that province

Oil and Gas Commission: website that provides information on the memorandum of understanding between the Oil and Gas Commission and Treaty 8 First Nations

Indian and Northern Affairs Canada: federal government website that provides information on federal policies and ongoing legislation

Aboriginal Canada Portal:  website that provides Canadian Aboriginal on-line resources, contacts, information, and government programs and services

First Nations Governance: website that provides information on First Nations governance, resources and information on how to get involved in their programs

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