The Indigenous Resources guide can be used as a starting point to find multidisciplinary eBooks, journals, and films for educational, research, and leisure purposes.
Most of the works highlighted in this guide are by First Nations, Inuit, and Métis authors and filmmakers. Please be advised that some resources are written or contain content by Indigenous and non-Indigenous scholars from around the world. Be mindful of the resources you refer to in your research, and consult various sources on topics and authors.
This guide currently contains online resources only. Print books and DVDs will be added once campuses re-open. If you are familiar with a helpful or relevant resource that we do not have in our collection, please recommend this resource to our collection development staff.
Understanding the history of the land upon which we work and reside is an essential step towards reconciliation.
We acknowledge that our libraries are located on the traditional territories of the Anishnawbe, Haudenosaunee, and Neutral peoples. This area continues to be home for many Indigenous peoples, and we respect the vital and enduring connection that Indigenous communities have with this land.
We encourage you to take an active approach towards sustaining reconciliation by learning more about Indigenous cultures and the land upon which you reside.