Other Individual Pathways

The No Hate in the Hammer team invites all readers who identify as non-Indigenous to return to the toolkit in September to explore the Decolonization and Reconciliation Pathway.

An ongoing process that aims to deconstruct settler colonial ideologies such as white supremacy, give value to Indigenous knowledge, and dismantle power imbalances. Decolonization is the active work to give back the colonized territory’s independence and undo the effects of colonialism on the social, political, and economic aspects of a people’s life.1
An ongoing process through which Indigenous peoples and the Crown work cooperatively to establish and maintain a mutually respectful framework for living together, with a view to fostering strong, healthy, and sustainable Indigenous nations within a strong Canada.2
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A new pathway to support parents through the early childhood years is also in development.

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