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First Nations, Métis and Inuit


First Nations, Métis and Inuit Education Curriculum Development

Guiding Voices A Curriculum Development Tool for the Inclusion of First Nations, Métis and Inuit Perspectives Throughout Curriculum

Sixties Scoop Apology

Indigenous Relations - Ministry of Indigenous Relations

Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada - National Centre for Truth and Reconciliation

Walking Together - First Nations, Metis and Inuit Perspectives in Curriculum

Residential Schools in Canada - Canadian Encyclopedia Information

The Intergenerational Trauma of First Nations still runs Deep - The Globe and Mail article

Teaching Resources - National Centre for Truth and Reconciliation

Truth and Reconciliation offers 94 'calls to action' - CBC News - December 15, 2015

Walking Both Sides of an Invisible Border - Poem



The Establishment of Residential Schools After 1880

We are all Related - Four elders discuss the differences between Canadian Law  and Cree Law

We Were So Far Away - The Inuit Experience of Residential Schools

Indigenous Insights Video Series - Alberta School Boards Association


TC2 - Indigenous Histories

Inquiring into Local and Indigenous Histories

TC2 is pleased to announce the release of twenty-four new teaching and learning materials to support an inquiry into local and Indigenous histories. Developed for grades 1-12 and available in French* and English, these lessons are designed to nurture the student competencies required for historical thinking and inquiry. Each lesson introduces a thinking tool and a related historical thinking concept that can then be used to support curriculum-related learning activities and inquiry projects. Eight of the lessons focus on developing competencies required when inquiring into local Indigenous histories. All lessons include detailed teaching notes, background information, and student learning and assessment materials. This project has been made possible in part by the Government of Canada. 



4 Seasons of Reconciliation

Indigenous Education Recommended Resources - Ruperts Land

Rupertsland Organization for Teaching and Learning has developed some excellent resources to learn about the Metis history in Alberta that is recommended for all educators. Resources are continually being added as they are created and approved in support of educators’ learning and teaching.