Aboriginal Heritage at Library and Archives of Canada
First Nations Communities Read
Lisa Mitten's Site-Native Librarian. Quality Links to Native American Resources
Liberal Party of Canada resolution on the need public library services in Indigenous communities
Selective Bibliography and Guide for "I" IS NOT FOR INDIAN: THE PORTRAYAL OF NATIVE AMERICANS IN BOOKS FOR YOUNG PEOPLE
Author Booking Service, connecting Canadian authors with educators
The Burt Award for First Nations, Metis and Inuit literature
Native American Indian Themes in Books for Children and Teens Homepage of Muskogee Creek children's author Cynthia L. Smith
Canadian Métis author and literacy advocate David Bouchard has produced more than fifty books for readers of all ages, including two guides on reading for parents and educators. An erstwhile teacher and school principal, he is particularly concerned with Aboriginal-related issues and is a sought-after speaker for conference keynotes and school presentations on the topics of reading, literacy and aboriginal well-being.
Listen & Learn Indigenous Education newsletter sign up for teachers published, by Dr. Angela Nardozi, educator and coach
Rabbit and Bear Paws are rapidly gaining enthusiastic fans for their vibrant and entertaining images of Native Traditions and Oral History and have received an endorsement from the Patrick Madahbee, Grand Council Chief of the 39 communities of the Anishinabek Nation verifying that Rabbit and Bear Paws is “an informative and entertaining way for North Americans of all ages to learn more about First Nations history, cultures and traditions.”
Interactive multimedia experience with participation dancing. Workshops on Native Dance and singing, both Pow wow and Iroquois. Available year round. Perfect for schools, festivals, corporate and special events. Will customize a show perfect for your function or event.
Link for Aaron Bell, Ojibway story teller, and Administrator of Gonrah Dengohwah White Pine Dances.
Site and Facebook page created by Phyllis (Jack) Webstad the Residential School Survivor who started the Orange Shirt Day society.
Ohwejagehka: Ha`degaenage: is a nonprofit organization, based on Six Nations of the Grand River Territory in Ontario, Canada, that was established to help preserve and nurture the Iroquoian languages and songs. Great site for Iroquois Links.
Description: Chiefs of Ontario is a coordinating body for 134 First Nation communities located within the boundaries of the Province of Ontario.
Description: Metis National Council
Description: Metis Nation of Ontario
Description: Indian and Northern Affairs Canada – Canadian federal government
Two Row Times Newspaper
National Reading Campaign