A public talk by Roberta Jamieson, Indigenous education advocate: Canada's Original Promise: Still Waiting to be RealizedFind out more »
Participants will learn:
• How to authentically include Métis knowledge keepers.
• How to create an environment that is responsive and respectful to Métis content.
• How to use Métis symbols within lessons.
Special Performance by Mob Bounce Ft. Dj Kookum
Join us in Yellowknife for Indspire’s fourth stop on our Youth Laureate Cross Canada Tour, a Canada 150 initiative. Along with Host Moderator, Suzette Amaya, three inspiring Indigenous youth - Thomas Dymond, Elizabeth Zarpa and Fauna Kingdon
The application deadline for Indspire's Building Brighter Futures: Bursaries, Scholarships and Awards Program has been extended from June 1 to August 1. First Nation, Metis, and Inuit students who are currently enrolled at a post-secondary institution are eligible to apply.Find out more »
The deadline to nominate an Indigenous achiever for a 2018 Indspire Award has been extended to August 4th.Find out more »
Bee Nation is a heart-warming and inspiring film. It is set within the framework of the first-ever First Nations Provincial Spelling Bee in Canada. Out on the breathy landscapes of Saskatchewan Reserves, meet students, parents, and teachers in the weeks leading up to the spelling bee.Find out more »
Our future, and the well-being of all our children rests with the kind of relationships we build today.
- Chief Dr. Robert JosephFind out more »
This webinar will provide a historical overview of Canada’s First Peoples before European contact.Find out more »