Engineers Canada undertakes research to better understand the experiences of Indigenous people in engineering education and in the engineering profession. Read these reports here.
Douglas Cardinal: Architect of the Future
In June 2021, Engineers Canada and the Canadian Urban Institute hosted Douglas Cardinal for a screening of “Douglas Cardinal, Architect of the Future” and a panel discussion. You can find the transcript, chat, and video here.
Canadian Society of Landscape Architects
The Canadian Society of Landscape Architects has hosted an abundance of events and resources on applying the principles and intentions of reconciliation into their projects. You can find those resources here.
The Canadian Institute of Planners
The Canadian Institute of Planners have developed a policy on incorporating reconciliation in planning practice. This report outlines some of those principles and practices in engaging in land planning in what is currently known as Canada.
- Final Report of the National Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls
- Building Inclusion for Indigenous Peoples in Canadian Workplaces, (Catalyst, Report)
- Integrating Indigenous Traditional Knowledge in Engineering: Interview with Deanna Burgart (WWEST, Podcast)
- Books by Indigenous writers to read to understand residential schools (CBC, Article)
- Working with Elders guide (First Peoples Cultural Council)