ÉditeurEmond Publishing
DateFévrier 2024
Nombre de pages538
Code de produit


Diversity and Indigenous Peoples in Canada, 5th Edition

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Diversity and Indigenous Peoples in Canada, 5th Edition provides a firm foundation for criminal justice students and law enforcement to understand cultural and identity issues within the Canadian context. Through examining the concepts of diversity, human rights, and Indigenous issues, students will learn to responsibly manoeuvre through Canada’s evolving social landscape—a necessary skill in law enforcement.

This text consists of two parts: Part I explores diversity, multiculturalism, and human rights within Canada; Part II reviews past and present interactions between Indigenous peoples and Canadian settlers.

This comprehensive resource supports college and university courses that focus on diversity, inclusiveness, and social awareness, and is designed to help students and professionals build greater diversity competency through meaningful examples and exercises.


  • Discussions on the recommendations of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission and issues impacting Indigenous peoples.
  • Expanded coverage of 2SLGBTQ+ issues.
  • Personal profiles of diverse community and professional leaders.
  • New coverage of racialized groups.
  • References included to various career fields in law enforcement.
  • Updated statistics, court cases, and recent Canadian examples.
  • New photos, figures, and tables.
  • Key terms, exercises, chapter summaries, and extensive review questions.
  • Test bank, PowerPoint slides, and instructor’s guide.


Darion Boyington served 14 years as a police officer occupying various roles such as coaching new recruits and developing community services programs. Darion left policing to teach at Mohawk College in their Police Foundations program and to complete her degree at Wilfrid Laurier University. Her passion for the study of Aboriginal Issues in Canada comes from her frontline experience with aboriginal people in the Criminal Justice system. Her research centers on understanding the past and present conditions of aboriginal people in Canada specifically their relationship with the Criminal Justice system. Her research goal is to create accurate quality curriculum to enable all students, specifically justice students, to fully comprehend the multi-faceted challenges that currently face aboriginal populations in Canada in their efforts to improve their position in Canada and to be prepared to partner with Aboriginal communities in these efforts, making a more equal society for everyone.

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