This seminar will rigorously examine the theoretical and case law analyses made by scholars of the critical race theory (‘CRT’) movement, an evolving tradition of critical scholarship that originated with Critical Legal Studies (CLS) in the 1970s.
The final report of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC), a component of the Indian Residential Schools (IRS) Settlement Agreement. The report documents the truth of survivors, families, communities and anyone personally affected by the IRS experience, including First Nations, Inuit, and Métis former IRS students, their families, communities, the Churches, former school employees, Government, and other Canadians.
In November 1999 the Manitoba government appointed the Aboriginal Justice Implementation Commission (AJIC). The Commission was charged with reviewing recommendations made in the 1991 Report of the Aboriginal Justice Inquiry of Manitoba. The final report is available online.
This document is a personal letter written by Stephen Lewis (the 1992 Ontario Advisor on Race Relations) outlining his preliminary recommendations concerning the state of race relations in the province of Ontario. These recommendations are the results of over seventy meetings, consultations, and conversations with concerned individuals and groups from across the province.