This section includes information about Indigenous businesses in communities, perspectives on land, engineering and the sciences.
- Engineers Canada. (2020). A Guide to Acknowledging First Peoples and Traditional Land: Land Acknowledgements for Staff and Volunteers.
- Kennedy, Jade., Goldfinch, Tom., Leigh, Elyssebeth., McCarthy, Tim., Prpic, Juliana Kaya., Dawes, les. (2016) A Beginners Guide to Incorporating Aboriginal Perspectives into Engineering Curricula. Engineering Across Cultures.
- Queens University: Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science (2020). Aboriginal Access to Engineering.
- Michell, H., Vizina, Y., Augustus, C., & Sawyer, J. (2008). Learning Indigenous Science from Place: Research Study Examining Indigenous-Based Science Perspectives in Saskatchewan First Nations and Metis Community Contexts. Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. Aboriginal Education Research Centre.
- National Park Service: Traditional Ecological Knowledge. (2019). TEK vs Western Science.
- Skrivanos, A. Jennifer. (2009). Fostering Culturally Responsive Pedagogy using Aboriginal Resources in the Science Curriculum (Master’s Thesis). Available from the University of Victoria. Victoria, British Columbia.