- Indigenous Studies Minor
Learn about topics ranging from treaties to residential schools to land and resource issues.
- Indigenous Black and Mi'kmaq Initiative
This Schulich School of Law initiative works to increase representation of Indigenous Blacks and Mi'kmaq in the legal profession in order to reduce discrimination.
- Transition Year Program (TYP)
The TYP began in 1970 with a mandate to increase the access and the successful participation of Aboriginal and Black students at Dalhousie University.
- Indigenous Student Centre
A supportive environment for Indigenous students.
- Dalhousie Indigenous Students' Collective
A student society that provides recognition and representation of Native peoples' throughout Dalhousie's campus.
- Dalhousie Aboriginal Law Students Association (DALSA)
DALSA is a source of support and raises awareness of Aboriginal perspectives to both, the community within the Dalhousie Law School, and to the general public.
- Aboriginal and Indigenous Research
Discover some the research taking place at Dalhousie that's related to Aboriginal and Indigenous issues.
Library Research Guides (LibGuides)
- A team effort: Students helping strengthen Indigenous supports on campus
- New Aboriginal and Indigenous law course fosters ‘eye‑opening’ experiential learning
- From genetic codes to postal codes
- New name, new location, new advisor for Dal's Indigenous Student Centre
- Fostering new conversations about race, place and the environment
- Drums, song and community at Dal's annual Mawio'mi
- Developing an Indigenous Strategy for Dal
November 14, 2017: Shake-up 150: an Indigenous Perspective of Canada 150 Panel Discussion
November 9, 2017: Remembering Turtle Grove/Across the Narrows
October 23, 2017: Lecture by Dr. Daniel Paul, 2017 Dal Reads Author
October 18, 2017: Book Launch of Daniel Paul: Mi’kmaw Elder
October 16, 2017: Dalhousie's 8th Annual Mawio'mi
October 13, 2017: Decolonizing Feminism: From Reproductive Abuse to Reproductive Justice - Health Law and Policy Seminar Series (Cosponsored with Dalhousie's Chancellor's Chair in Aboriginal Law and Policy)
October 4, 2017.: Mi'kmaq History Month: Grand Council Flag Raising (Truro)
October 4, 2017: Mi'kmaq History Month: Guest Speaker Gerald Gloade (Truro)
September 28, 2017.: Steps to Reconcilliation
September 28, 2017: New Acquisitions: The Mustang Suite Mi'kmaq welcome with Catherine Martin
May 17, 2017: Indigenizing the academy - Marie Battiste
January 23, 2016.: 2017 Dalhousie-Horrocks National Leadership Lecture, Beyond Colonialism? Libraries for a Canada We Don't Yet Know (Co-sponsored by Halifax Public Libraries)
November 30, 2016: Tobacco Tie Workshop
November 29, 2016: The Gord Downie & Chanie Wenjack Fundraiser
November 9, 2016: Racism: Indigenous Perspectives
October 31, 2016: Brad Firth - Caribou Legs
October 6, 2016: 7th Annual Mawio'mi
September 30, 2016: Orange Shirt Day in recognition of the harm done by the residential school system & Dalhousie Elders in Residence presents a Mass Blanket Exercise
August 22, 2016: Dalhousie Elders in Residence Presents the Blanket Exercise
August 9, 2016: Dalhousie Elders in Residence Presents the Blanket Exercise
May 16, 2016: Panel discussion: Truth and Reconciliation in Action
April 19, 2016: Decolonizing the Academy: Responding to the TRC Calls to Action
March 4, 2016: Bringing an Indigenous Sensibility into the Classroom
March 4, 2016: A Primer on Indigenous Research Methodologies
March 2, 2016: Traditional Indigenous Health and Western Medicine
February 24, 2016: Racism: White, Black, Indigenous and Immigrant Perspectives
January 30, 2016: Wab Kinew: The Reason You Walk Speaking Engagement
November 4, 2015: Inuit Perspectives on Health and the Arts
October 15, 2015: ESS LECTURE SERIES: Toxic Places: Environmental Racism in Mi'kmaw & African Nova Scotian Communities
October 7, 2015: Presentation - Two-Spirit Mental Health and Cultural Continuity
October 14: Animating Mi’kmaw Humanities in Atlantic Universities: From Research to Practice
September 30, 2015: 6th Annual Mawio'mi
September 22, 2015: Looking at history to promote progress in the future: Interdisciplinary research exploring historical and contemporary determinants of health among Indigenous peoples
September 16, 2015: Presentation - Wabanaki: A new dawn for community-based Indigenous research and learning at Dalhousie
July 28, 2015: Connecting the Dots: Confronting Environmental Racism in Nova Scotia