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Indigenous Studies: Getting Started

A guide to resources for Indigenous studies, education, and services at Loyalist College.

Land Affirmation

The land on which Loyalist College currently sits is the territory of the Huron-Wendat, the Anishinaabeg, and the Haudenosaunee people. We affirm our shared obligation to respect, honour, and sustain these lands and the natural resources contained within, and we are grateful for the opportunity to learn and work on this land.

One of the murals located in the Tsi Titewaya’taró:roks Centre, Centre. Photo Copyright: Bill Barnwell

A colourful painting of a group of Indigenous people and a group of settlers sharing a meal together. They sit in a circle on green grass, surrounded by trees. Longhouses stand in the background.

Welcome to the Indigenous Studies Research Guide!

Welcome to the Indigenous Studies Research Guide at the Parrott Centre.

Are you looking for services on campus? The Tsi Titewaya’taró:roks Centre, located in room 3H9, offers a range of resources, supports, and services for Indigenous students. The Centre's doors are open to all Loyalist College students, staff, and faculty.

Not sure how to get started? Take some time to explore the guide, or contact the Library. We can be reached by email or by calling (613) 969-1913, Ext. 2249.

Truth & Reconciliation Week

Evaluating Your Resources

Whether you're using resources from the Library or the web, it's important to evaluate what you're reading! Is it accurate? Credible? And how do you know? The Learning Portal has a great guide to help you get started.

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We can be reached by phone at 613-969-1913, Ext. 2249, or by email at