We Matter uses Indigenous voices, videos, stories, social media and culture to start conversations with Indigenous youth about managing and overcoming tough issues. This resource guides educators
Walking the Path is af the resource that educates Indigenous and non-Indigenous peoples about the history, beliefs and traditions of Indigenous people using Anishinaabe cultural teachings as
The Treaty education teacher guides and resources that are intended to complement the existing Manitoba Social Studies curriculum, while the learning outcomes are designed to enhance and enrich the
Truth and Reconciliation in Canadian Schools presents goals and strategies needed to support First Nation/Métis/Inuit (FMI) in the classroom. This book is for all teachers that are looking for ways to
Outreach was created to provide a safe, welcoming, and successful learning environment to Indigenous students who face barriers and/or systemic obstacles in regular classes.
The teaching guide is designed to accompany the documentary film (Dis)placed: Indigenous Youth and the Child Welfare System (Brittain & Navia, 2017).
The film highlights the stories and analysis of youth who have experienced the child welfare system. Viewers connect with the youth as they share their stories, viewers learn more about the history
This wholistic program designed to help address child poverty issues by increasing the life skills of children, youth and their families through strategies of cultural awareness, academic improvements
Is a periodical. It was developed in response to the Truth and Reconciliation Commission’s Calls to Action. The articles focus on current events and issues that relate to Indigenous Peoples.
Incorporates and embeds the history of Canada’s First Nations, Métis and Inuit peoples in scaffolding thematic units related to Lands and Peoples, Treaties, Environment and Residential Schools.
Includes the guide; Nation to Nation: A resource guide to treaties in Ontario; Little Butterfly Girl; Treaties Matter: Understanding Ipperwash; We Are All Treaty People book and DVD and more!
Offers cross-curricular opportunities reflective of Indigenous cultures. Based on Dr. Brokenleg’s Circle of Courage model focusing on Belonging, Mastery, Independence and Generosity.