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Getting to Know Turtle Island: Incorporating First Nation, Metis and Inuit Perspectives K-8 

From the document: The Limestone District School Board has created this resource to enable kindergarten and elementary teachers to know how and where to incorporate a variety a specific First Nations, Metis and Inuit cultures, histories, arts, worldviews and issues into existing ministry curriculum.

The Story of Turtle Island  

Algonquin teacher Jacob Wawatie shares his teachings of Turtle Island.
From the Youtube description: "People coming from Turtle Island understand their existence as a harmonious passage through Turtle Island, a living organism. Perceiving Turtle Island as such changes the relationship we have with the territory. This story will modify the way you sense the land, it will help us in bringing back sacred time, honoring the land we come from."
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