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Publication List Using "aboriginal women"

  kôhkominawak otâcimowiniwâwa Our Grandmothers' Lives
(University of Regina Press) This collection of reminiscences and personal stories tells us about the daily lives of Cree women over the past century: household chores, snaring rabbits and picking berries, going to school, marriage, bearing and raising children. Seven Cree women share memories about their lives and the history of their people, and provide insights into the traditional teachings of a society where practical and spiritual matters are never far apart.
  OC 420/2016 - Joint National Commission into Murdered and Missing Indigenous Women and Girls (National Inquiry) – Appointment and Terms of Reference (Minister of Justice and Attorney General)
(Cabinet Secretariat) .
  OC 421/2016 - Joint National Commission into Murdered and Missing Indigenous Women and Girls (National Inquiry) – Rules (Minister of Justice and Attorney General)
(Cabinet Secretariat) .
  OC 82/2009 - Federation of Saskatchewan Indians, Inc. (Women’s Commission) Funding Agreement for $52,406.32 – Provincial Partnership Committee on Missing Persons (Minister of Justice and Attorney General)
(Cabinet Secretariat) .
  The Identities of Marie Rose Delorme Smith
(University of Regina Press) This book relates the history and self-identifying process of a Métis woman who lived on the western plains of Canada during the transitional period from fur trade to sedentary agricultural economy.
  Torn From Our Midst
(University of Regina Press) More than 300 women and men gathered in August 2008 at a conference entitled Missing Women: Decolonization, Third Wave Feminisms, and Indigenous People of Canada and Mexico. Here, personal stories and theoretical tools were brought together, as academics, activists, family members of missing and murdered women, police, media, policy-makers, justice workers, and members of faith communities offered their perspectives on the issue of racialized, sexualized violence