Civic-Indigenous Placekeeping and Partnership Building Toolkit

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Future Cities Canada, Evergreen
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The Toolkit is intended to be a resource for users, guiding them in community engagement, designing, and planning processes on Indigenous and intercultural placekeeping initiatives and re-imagining public spaces. The placekeeping principles, values, and practices showcased here are intended to be an adaptable model for Indigenous and non-Indigenous communities working in the spaces of Indigenous design, architecture, art, planning and innovation, reconciliation, and civic commons. The resource creators strongly believe that centering compassionate use of language, practice, ideology, and principle are at the heart of this work.

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