Aboriginal Culture



"Flip the cards and match the pictures - discover interesting things along the way!"memory.jpg


"Choose a guide, Click the map to zoom in, and move your mouse over items to learn more! Answer questions by dragging the correct items to the basket."
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Fold a 'Cruncher' filled with facts about aboriginal people in Canada.
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Did You Know?
A collection of items invented by First Nations and Inuit people.
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tipatshimuna: Innu stories from the land
"Discover the heritage and traditions of the Innu through their stories and material culture."
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The Virtual Museum of Métis History and Culture
The Gabriel Dumont Institute is proud to provide you with this systematic look at Métis history and culture. This project is the culmination of years of research gathering and resource production and is based on the Institutes resolute desire to ensure that the Métis have their own stories told in a medium, which is user-friendly, free and accessible to all those interested in Métis history and culture."
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The Stories of Conne River
In 2008, Memorial University’s Distance Education, Learning and Teaching Support (DELTS) partnered with the Miawpukek First Nation of Conne River, Newfoundland and Labrador to develop an innovative project aimed at preserving and sharing the history and culture of the Miawpukek people of Conne River."
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Native American Tribes of Alberta
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The U'Mista Cultural Society
"The mandate of the U'mista Cultural Society is to ensure the
survival of all aspects of the cultural heritage of the Kwakwa̱ka̱ʼwakw."
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Mokakioyis (Writing on Stone) and Meyopimatisiwin (Moberly Lake)
"Galileo works with educators to develop unique resources that meet curriculum outcomes and help children learn and share ancestral knowledge."

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A Journey into Time Immemorial
"Welcome to Xa:ytem, an ancient Aboriginal village and sacred transformation site on the north bank of the Fraser River, near Mission, in British Columbia's Lower Mainland, east of Vancouver. Come with us to share and explore the life ways of the Sto:lo First Nations people hundreds of years ago."

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Nametau innu: Memory and knowledge of Nitassinan
"...a website dedicated to the Innu nation in which elders pass on their skills and knowledge to younger generations."
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Back to Batoche
"An interactive tour on the colourful history and culture of the past and present Batoche."
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An excerpt from the Aboriginal Studies 10 textbook
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Alberta Folklore and Local History Collection
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Aboriginal Place Names of Alberta
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First Nations and Metis images
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Heritage Trail Transcripts from Alberta: How the West was Young
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Historical Overview of Aboriginal Peoples in Alberta
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