Questions to consider when finding materials relevant to the study of legal impacts on First Nations, Metis, and Inuit (FNMI) peoples:
Start by consulting secondary sources (e.g, books, journal articles, encyclopedias). These sources contain broad overviews or explanations of the law and will direct you to specific primary sources (e.g, legislation, case law, etc.).
Subject Headings bring together a list of library materials that relate to a particular topic. Below are examples of Subject Headings relevant to topics in Aboriginal Law.