Introduction to Indigenous Peoples’ cultures online course

This free, on-demand, introductory course provides learners with insight into the history of First Nations, Métis and Inuit Peoples; an understanding of the devastation of colonialism on Indigenous communities and economies from an Indigenous perspective and how it is critical to reconciliation; and how culturally sensitive health care models help inform how accounting and finance education can be inclusive and supportive.

This course was developed to provide the writers and facilitators of CPA education programs, cases and examinations with insight, knowledge and skills to better understand the perspectives of Indigenous students, to help support their success. It will provide all learners with a valuable introduction into the deep cultural and historical foundations upon which the future prosperity of Indigenous communities must be built.


Statistics on Indigenous peoples

Literacy and numeracy among off-reserve First Nations people and Metis – Do higher skill levels improve labour market outcomes

First Nations, Metis and Inuit Women

Aboriginal Financial Literacy in Canada: Issues and Directions

Poverty or Prosperity: Indigenous Children in Canada

Aboriginal Financial Literacy Needs Survey and Framework