Learning from the First Peoples
June 21th is National Indigenous Peoples' Day. Let's celebrate with authentic and enriching educational resources.
View the video seriesThéo le loup
Théo le loup is a series animated by three children of the Indigenous Peoples. Through the various episodes, the three friends use their totem powers to help the inhabitants of...View this resource
View the video seriesWapos Bay
The kids from Wapos Bay (T-Bear, 10, Talon, 9, and Raven, 6) love adventure. And their playground is a vast territory that has housed their Cree ancestors for millennia. In Wapos...View this resource
View the videoMi'kmaq
Abigail is very proud of the fact that her father is Mi’kmaq. It is for this reason that she decided to invite her friend Hailee to a performance of L’écho d’un peuple. In...View this resource
View the videoPourquoi les Oginii-Waabigwan ont-elles des épines?
Long ago, animals lived in harmony. They ate wild flowers, especially oginii-waabigwan, roses that did not have thorns. This balance was disturbed by the greed of the “waabooz”...View this resource
View the video seriesWapikoni mobile
Founded in 2003, Wapikoni Mobile travels to Indigenous communities providing workshops for First Nations youth that allow them to master digital tools by directing short films and...View this resource
View the videoExpérience autochtone à Ottawa, ON
Host Vincent Poirier learns about the rich Indigenous history of the Ottawa region. He tours important Indigenous sites in the city, learns to recognize traditional ...View this resource
View the videoHommage à Shannen Koostachin
Shannen Koostachin grew up in Attawapiskat, northern Ontario. In 1999, her school was contaminated by a fuel leak and replaced with portable trailers. The injustice of a school in...View this resource
View the videoSTUCK. La série - G.R. Gritt artiste métis de Sudbury...
In Sudbury, the Pandemic has forced musician G.R. Gritt to postpone the release of his first solo album. Concerts were now being performed online and his home became a multimedia...View this resource
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