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.
Deeply moving documentary following four siblings reuniting after being separated during Canada’s infamous Sixties Scoop.
Raises awareness about the dire need of a sustainable economy for the Inuit and issues that are impacting their way of life. This film challenges the long-established perceptions of seal hunting.
Provides sample modules organized by curriculum area for secondary and early post-secondary studies. A powerful tool for exploring critical ideas including representation of Indigenous people.
A documentary about cinema through the perspectives of the people who appeared in its very first flickering images and have survived to this day to tell their own stories with their own cameras.
Provides a factual report profiling two children who were forced to face hardships beyond their years. Illustrates the profound impact of the Canadian government’s residential school system.
Developed, delivered, and evaluated the physical and mental wellness changes through the introduction of Olympic wrestling activities.