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TD Economics report introduces ways to improve literacy levels in Aboriginal Peoples

TD Economics released a report on Thursday that reveals over 60 per cent of Aboriginal Canadians currently lack the literary skills to fully participate in the Canadian economy.

First Nations in Canada (Government of Canada site)- provides background information for educators spanning from Pre-Contact to present day.

Aboriginal Canada

Aboriginal identity in Canada. By 2015, people of First Nations descent will compose of 25% of the total population in British Columbia.

Seven Sacred Grandfather Teachings. Eagle teaches love. Bear teaches courage. Beaver teaches wisdom. Buffalo teaches respect. Sabe (Sasquatch) teaches honesty. Wolf teaches humility. Turtle teaches truth. From Aboriginal and Tribal Nation News on Facebook

Aboriginal Cultures of Canada Inquiry Based Unit

Do you teach Social Studies in Canada? Do you teach about Aboriginal Cultures? You need this file! It contains a variety of activities to meet your curriculum (especially if you teach grade 4 in British Columbia)!

Canadian Timeline - to Confederation {Printable}

Canada’s history might not be as long or as colourful as some other countries, but it does include some interesting tidbits of excitement and, as part of the New World, has had some unique adventures in exploration. This timeline tries … Continue reading →

The Red Sash is a picture book about the history of the fur trade in Canada. It tells of the relationship between the First Nations First Nations, and the Métis people of Canada, and the French Canadian voyageurs on a fur trading post in the 1800's.