The resources below focus on Land, treaties, and land acknowledgement. Additional lists are also available on the topics of:
- Art and Artists
- Truth and Reconciliation
- Tools and Guides
- Workshops, Courses, and Training Opportunities
- Community-based Reconciliation Initiatives
Resource List: Land, Treaties, and Land Acknowledgement
An interactive map of territories, treaties, and languages across Turtle Island [North America].
Guide to Territory Acknowledgements
Native-land.ca’s informative guide to territory acknowledgements
Beyond Territorial Acknowledgements by Chelsea Vowel
A thoughtful unpacking of the role of territorial acknowledgements.
Government of Ontario Resources
How to locate First Nation reserves, Tribal Councils, political organizations and land covered by treaties.
Assembly of First Nations
A national advocacy organization representing First Nation citizens in Canada.
Ontario Federation of Indigenous Friendship Centres
Learn about Friendship Centres and find one in your community
A directory of First Nation communities in Ontario.
Chiefs of Ontario
An advocacy forum and secretariat for collective decision-making and action for Ontario’s First Nations communities.
A political advocate for 40 member First Nations across Ontario.
UBC Land Rights History
A primer on Indigenous land rights in B.C.
While it is impossible to have a comprehensive list of Reconciliation resources, we hope that this will be a starting place for those looking to learn more about the history of Indigenous people in their area, and about building reciprocal relationships with Indigenous communities, people, and artists. It is a living list, and will be updated as we come across new resources. If you would like to suggest a resource, we welcome you to email firstname.lastname@example.org.