resources strongly support Education for All learners in Canada. We acknowledge that learning contributes to well-being through an interrelated and interdisciplinary reflection on Community, Ancestral Knowledge, Traditional Knowledge, Land, Interconnectedness of All Things, Cultural Diversity and Indigenous & Treaty Rights.


Stories of our lives are shared in the Voices of First Nations, Métis, and Inuit authors, poets, and illustrators.  


Our stories and storytelling bring together multiple perspectives through Star Stories, Land Based Learning, Ceremonies, Relationships and Kinship, Spirituality, Indigenous Law, Treaties, Governance, Residential School Experiences, Indigenous Knowledges, Plants and Medicines, Art, Drama, Photography, Sculpture, Drumming and Music and more in life stories, our histories, novels, and graphic novels. 


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