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.
The program is focused on assisting Indigenous students to graduate high school. Offered throughout the 77 schools in Winnipeg School Division.
Comprised of teacher's guides, books, maps, DVDs and an 800-piece Treaty of Fort Niagara LEGO® wampum belt, designed by nine-year-old Alexander Hebert from Dokis First Nation.
Learning Guide for Spirit Bear and Children Make History, the story of a landmark human rights case for First Nations children at the Canadian Human Rights Tribunal.
Illustrated children's book. Robbie Robertson retells the story of Hiawatha and the Peacemaker through the point of view of the Hiawatha.
Provides an opportunity to share, grow, develop new skills, meet new people, learn about other cultures and learn strategies toward a healthier life and future participation in the workforce.
Illustrated children's book that tells the story of the First Nations child welfare case (www.fnwitness.ca) through the eyes of Spirit Bear.
Illustrated children’s story that retells the experiences of a residential school survivor and her family by her granddaughter.
Professional development resource supporting teachers to meet the foundational knowledge of First Nations, Métis and Inuit in Alberta Education’s new Teaching Quality Standards.
An interactive learning experience that teaches the Indigenous rights history rarely taught. Developed in response to the 1996 Report of the Royal Commission on Aboriginal Peoples.
Musical documentary connecting a pivotal moment in Canada’s civil rights history, the beginnings of Indian Nationalism with the powerful momentum of First Nations activism.