"The RCAP was mandated to investigate and propose solutions to the challenges affecting the relationship between Aboriginal peoples (First Nations, Inuit, Métis), the Canadian government and Canadian society as a whole." The Commission was established in 1991, and its final report was published in 1996.
Key resources in the Killam Library Reference Collection:
American Indian Religious Traditions: An Encyclopedia E 98 R3 C755 2005
Cambridge History of Native Peoples
Also available in print in the Killam Library E 77 N62 1996
Encyclopedia of American Indian Costume E 98 C8 P37 1994
Encyclopedia of Native Tribes of North America E 76.2 J64 2007
Handbook of North American Indians E 77 H25 1978
Alberta Elders' Cree Dictionary PM 988 L42 1998
Dictionary of the Language of the Micmac Indians PM 1793 R36 Special Collections (5th floor Killam)
Eskimo-English, English-Eskimo Dictionary PM 63 T5 1997
Handbook of American Indian Languages 2US SI 2.3 40 2 Government Documents (2nd floor Killam)
Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRC) has a special grant program for research related to aboriginal issues. For more information, click here.