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The Aboriginal Nurse (not peer reviewed)
for more reports search the Publication catalogue at Indigenous Services Canada (ISC)
Statistics Canada Key Indicators includes Demographic characteristics, Education, learning and skills, Health and well-being, Indigenous children, Population profiles, Labour and employment, etc.
Statistics on Indigenous peoples at Statistics Canada.
Aboriginal Healing Foundation - Publications
Centre for First Nation Governance - Reports and Publications
First Nations Child & Family Caring Society of Canada - Reports and Publications
Residential Schools: A Sad Chapter in Canadian History - From CBC.ca Curio, includes reports, witness statements and photos.
Indigenous issues at the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives, a Canadian public policy think tank that is known to be left leaning and is especially known for publishing an alternative federal budget.
Aboriginal policy papers at the Fraser Institute, a Canadian public policy think tank and registered charity that is known to be conservative and libertarian.
Journey to healing: Aboriginal people with addictions and mental health issues by Peter Menzies., & Lynn F Lavallée. (2014)
Grannies, Elders, and Friends: Aging Aboriginal Women in Toronto by Cyndy Baskin and Caitlin J. Davey (2015)
Cyndy Baskin (Social Work)
Hayden King (Politics and Public Administration)
Lynn F Lavallée (Social Work )
Pamela Palmater (Politics and Public Administration)