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1 Michael Mi­randa, “Hard Num­bers: A Study on Di­ver­sity in Canada’s Gal­leries,” Cana­dian Art, April 5, 2017, ac­cessed April 11, 2017, cana­di­a­­tures/art-lead­er­ship-di­ver­sity/. 2 Lee-Ann Martin, The Pol­i­tics of In­clu­sion and Ex­clu­sion: Con­tem­po­rary Na­tive Art and Pub­lic Art Mu­se­ums in Canada. A Re­port Sub­mit­ted to the Canada Coun­cil (Ot­tawa: Canada Coun­cil, 1991).

3 Truth and Rec­on­cil­i­a­tion Com­mis­sion of Canada, The Truth and Rec­on­cil­i­a­tion Com­mis­sion: Calls to

Ac­tion (Win­nipeg: Truth and Rec­on­cil­i­a­tion Com­mis­sion of Canada, 2015): 8. The TRC’s re­port on the his­tory and legacy of Canada’s res­i­den­tial school sys­tem is a de­tailed ac­count of what hap­pened to In­dige­nous chil­dren who were forcibly re­moved from their homes to be as­sim­i­lated into Euro­cen­tric Canada, with many suf­fer­ing tremen­dous phys­i­cal and sex­ual abuse. Prior to the fi­nal re­port, a sum­mary re­port was re­leased out­lin­ing 94 calls to ac­tion, di­vided into two parts: legacy (1-42) and rec­on­cil­i­a­tion (43-94). The re­port is avail­able at­sites/trcin­sti­tu­tion/File/2015/Find­ings/Call­s_­to_Ac­tion_ English2.pdf.

4 See ad­di­tional writ­ings by Mar­garet Kovach, Heather Iglo­liorte, Jaimie Isaac, Julie Nagam, Leanne Be­tasamosake Simp­son and Linda Tuhi­wai Smith.

5 The Canada 150 Fund is dis­bursed though the Gov­ern­ment of Canada’s Depart­ment of Cana­dian Her­itage and is ear­marked for ac­tiv­i­ties to cel­e­brate the sesqui­cen­ten­nial. As noted by the Depart­ment, “the goal of the Canada 150 Fund is to cre­ate op­por­tu­ni­ties for Cana­di­ans to par­tic­i­pate in lo­cal, re­gional, and na­tional cel­e­bra­tions that con­trib­ute to build­ing a sense of pride and at­tach­ment to Canada.”­758/1434974349­768.

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