The Language Revitalization Program, facilitated by Fran Brown in Bella Bella, BC, involves Heiltsuk language learning activities.
Albert Dawson has participated and completed the Aboriginal Ecotourism Training Program (AETP).
Terry Reid is dedicated to learning the cultural traditions and languages from his Heiltsuk and Oweekeno speaking grandmother who is a knowledge keeper and knows much about traditional medicines.
The Wiichihew Program is offered by the Mid-Island Métis Nation and serves Indigenous Students in high schools, alternative learning programs, and Vancouver Island University. It supports students by sharing resources, supports, community and cultural events, emotional support, etc. This program was established in 2016, and is available to all Indigenous Learners in High school/University level. […]
Indigenous specializations in Social Work/ Indigenous Circle at the University of Victoria, in Victoria BC. » The Indigenous circle would like to acknowledge and thank the Lekwungun and Esquimalt people for allowing us to live, love and learn on their traditional territory. We would like to thank you for your interest in the Indigenous specializations […]
Archaeology field Assistant Program – This program teaches the necessary skills to participate in cultural resource management. From the website . http://camosun.ca/learn/programs/archaeological-field-assistant/ »In the Archaeology Field Assistant program you will learn a diverse set of skills, such as the use of appropriate technology to identify and efficiently record archaeological features and sites, use respectful practices, […]
The Qqs Project Society runs a variety of land based education programs for children and families. The Qqs Projects Society: – targets youth ages 8-15 and families. – consists of a camp, library, cafe, and community garden. – teaches both Heiltsuk culture and traditions, as well as the western society approach. For more information, visit: […]
Qeq College is a kindergarten transition program for Indigenous families whose children will be entering kindergarten in the fall. It is a partnership between the Tillicum Lelum Aboriginal Friendship Centre (TLAFC), Nanaimo-Ladysmith Public Schools and Vancouver Island University with support from early childhood educators, researchers and community organizations. Through an Early Childhood Development Working Group, […]