Reference Links

Indigenous Education in Alberta

Alberta Education is committed to improving education outcomes and creating opportunities for First Nations, Métis and Inuit students in Alberta.

 

Walking Together

First Nations, Métis and Inuit Perspectives in Curriculum digital resource.

 

Aboriginal People’s Television Network (APTN) - First Contact (series) 3 episodes

Narrated by host and social justice activist George Stroumboulopoulos, First Contact is a journey that will turn six participants’ lives upside down. Challenging their perceptions and confronting their opinions about a world they never imagined they would see. It is an experience that will change their lives, forever.

First Contact takes six average Canadians, all with strong opinions about Indigenous People, on a unique 28-day journey into Indigenous Canada. Leaving their everyday lives behind the six will travel deep into Winnipeg, Nunavut, Alberta, Northern Ontario, and the coast of BC to visit Indigenous communities. 

 

Indigenous Awareness Canada offers Online Indigenous Awareness Training

Learn about Canada’s Indigenous People and help non-indigenous Canadians and Indigenous peoples move toward reconciliation.

 

Residential Schools - Why our children need to learn about them (Maclean's article)

 

Empowering the Spirit website Education for Reconciliation

 

Respectful Schools Online Toolkit - First Nations, Métis and Inuit

 

Beyond 94 - Truth and Reconciliation Progress in Canada (CBC)

 

St. Albert Public Schools Wisdom and Guidance Committee      Truth & Reconciliation Parent Series

 

Alberta First Nations Information Governance Centre (AFNIGC)

 

A Guide to Taking Your Family to a Powwow for the First Time

About Sharing Circles -  Conducting a Sharing Circle and Standards of Presence

150 Acts of Reconciliation for Canada’s 150
Guide to reconciliation for non-Indigenous Canadians
A special list for Canada 150 — of reconciliation acts any Canadian can do if they are ready to rethink their views about their Indigenous peers.

Colouring it Forward ...more than a colouring book. A series of books and calendars about different nations, and tells the story about Canada’s First Nations people.