Reconciliation Resources

Reconciliation Resources

The University of King’s College sits on unceded Mi’kmaw territory. King’s is deeply committed to the work of Reconciliation and to creating an environment where Indigenous students, staff and faculty can thrive.

A variety of resources is available specifically to Indigenous students, members of staff and faculty at King’s. These include the Indigenous Student Centre and an Indigenous Student Advisor. In addition, support staff, including the Equity Officer and the Sexual Health & Safety Officer, are available to work with all members of the community, including staff and faculty. The Student Support Advisor and Peer Supporters are available to all students.

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Visit Indigenous Community at King’s

Find out about

  • Mawio’mio’kuom – Indigenous Students Centre
  • The Indigenous Support and Outreach Coordinator and other supports for students, faculty and staff
  • Mawaknutma’tnej – Indigenous Circle
  • The Mi’kmaw journalism Initiative
  • Scholarships and awards for Indigenous students at King’s

and more…

Members of the King’s community, particularly settler Canadians, are exploring ways to bring the work of decolonization and reconciliation to their everyday practice. The resources below include information on how to bring this work and practice into your scholarly pursuits, financial choices, daily life and relationship to the land.


Residential School Education

Financial Re-distribution

Settlers who are salaried can consider what it means to profit from paid holidays like the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation and Canada Day. How can this financial gain directly tied to colonialism be put back into the hands of Indigenous people and communities?

Daily Life

Relationship to the land

Further Learning