Apart from donating to Indigenous-led organizations, education is another form of reparation that non-Indigenous Canadians can strive to participate in indefinitely. With a wealth of texts (novels, memoirs, reports, etc.), television shows, documentaries and podcasts available, there is lots to choose from. Below, we rounded up a selection of resources – we encourage you to check them out and make them a part of your daily content consumption.


Seven Fallen Feathers by Tanya Talaga

Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women Report

TRC Final Report 

A Mind Spread Out on the Ground by Alicia Elliott

Split Tooth by Tanya Tagaq

From the Ashes by Jesse Thistle

21 Things You May Not Know About the Indian Act by Bob Joseph

The Marrow Thieves by Cherie Dimaline

Movies + TV

Mohawk Girls (CBC Dramatic Comedy Series, available to stream on CBC Gem)

Nanook of the North (1922 Documentary, available to stream on the Criterion Channel)

The Grizzlies (Drama, premieres June 27 on CBC Gem)

Kussepian (CBC Drama, available to stream on CBC Gem)

*Ikwe (1986 Documentary, available to stream on NFB website)

*see NFB website for entire catalog of Indigenous documentaries.


Missing And Murdered (CBC)

Unreserved (CBC)

Thunder Bay (Canadaland)

Secret Life of Canada (CBC)

This Land (Crooked Media)


Indigenous Artists Are Creating Boundary-Pushing Pieces That Inspire Strength and Healing

Canadian Actress Jessica Matten Is on a Mission to Change Indigenous Representation

The True Cost of Complacency