This resource can be used by Carleton University faculty, staff and students, as well as external facilitators, instructors, students, public servants, counsellors, and others who work in related fields. It can be used across various educational institutions, and is most suitable for secondary and post-secondary. Those who work in cross-cultural settings outside of educational institutions will also find the themes and issues transferable.  We welcome the use of these materials for programming and for the development of similar initiatives at other institutions; we only ask that this project and its materials be credited.

Kinàmàgawin can be archived, exhibited in whole or in part, and used for non-commercial purposes.  This material may not be reproduced for commercial purposes, and no portion of this material may be republished or re-presented in printed or electronic form without the expressed written permission of Carleton University’s Centre for Aboriginal Culture and Education (CACE).

In cases where permission has been granted to reproduce materials from this website, we ask that you acknowledge the copyright ownership and the source of the materials as follows:

“© 2011 Carleton University Centre for Aboriginal Culture and Education. Reproduced with permission.”