Each shell segment represents one aspect of Indigenous education. Click or tap on them to find out more.
A Girl Called Echo, written by Katherena Vermette, is young adult graphic novel series that tells a story about Métis history through the lens of a 13-year old girl.
Stand Like a Cedar, written by Nicola I. Campbell, introduces children to Indigenous languages, sustainability and the West Coast landscape through beautiful illustrations and expressive storytelling.
21 Things You May Not Know About The Indian Act: Helping Canadians Make Reconciliation with Indigenous Peoples a Reality, written by Bob Joseph, is a vital introduction and resource to understanding the Indian Act of 1876 and its troubling impact on First Nations.
In her documentary, The Angry Inuk, Arnaquq-Baril sheds light on the central role that seal hunting plays in the lives of the Inuit and brings awareness to the cultural and economic challenges that the Inuit community has faced as a result of international shaming of traditional seal hunting practices.
Set on a fictional Mi’kmaw reserve in 1976, Jeff Barnaby’s Rhymes for Young Ghouls follows the story of a young Mi’kmaw teenager named Aila (Kawennáhere Devery Jacobs) and her noble quest for revenge and justice for her community.
Hosted by Rosanna Deerchild, this 10-episode podcast delves into Indigenous resistance and resilience in so-called Canada.
A fun resource to learn more about the Ojibwe language and hear the traditional stories of Nanabush!
With a poignant focus on historical and contemporary Indigenous experiences, discover Monkman’s provocative, complex and incredibly nuanced works of art!
From the East Coast of Canada, Dutcher’s powerful music is deeply connected to Indigenous resurgence and revitalization of the Wolastoqey language.
This is a rich resource for teaching about Indigenous land, self-location, treaties, language, colonial borders and decolonial geography and aims to prompt discussion, awareness and understanding!
Gain a deeper understanding of whose land you’re on! This app uses GIS technology to identify Indigenous Nations, territories, and Indigenous communities across Canada!
This resource brings readers on a journey through various perspectives on Land-based learning in hopes of shedding light on different ways of seeing, knowing, connecting and learning.
Stay up to date with this television newscast dedicated to sharing stories of Indigenous Peoples by Indigenous Peoples!