Winnipeg School Division’s Aboriginal Graduation Coaches program provides multi-year support and guidance to students on their journey from Grade 9 to graduation.
The Winnipeg School Division is proud to initiate bilingual Cree language and Ojibwe language programs exclusively at Isaac Brock School.
The program bridges students from high school through to becoming an educator.
Andrew Carrier Minister of Michif for the Manitoba Metis Federation speaks to the importance of language, his own personal journey with Michif and the next steps needed to save Michif for future generations.
Prairies to Woodlands Indigenous Language Revitalization Circle Master-Apprentice Indigenous language revitalization aims to build the capacity of fluent-speaking Elders and others (“masters”) and committed learners (“apprentices”) to work as language learning teams in hopes of keeping their endangered ancestral languages alive. P2WILRC, a grassroots all-volunteer community group based in the Parkland, was given a grant […]
Weaving a Story describes the importance of inkle looms to creating Metis sashes that are meaningful to individuals. Through the interview, Teresa Bryne discusses the meaning of the colors of the Metis sash. Through workshops Weaving a Story tells the history of the sash, the creation of a sash on a loom and how to […]
Little Métis Sing With Me program is an exciting program with lots of wonderful resources for facilitators to share with parents and children: songs, rhymes, dance, Michif language, take home books, crafts, and guests.
Manitoba Environmental Scan Documents provided to the community for Indigenous Education in Manitoba
The Métis have often been called “The Flower Beadwork People” – a nickname attributable to their extraordinary floral beadwork designs, which are a well-known feature of Métis culture. The Louis Riel Institute (LRI) has continued this tradition through The Flower Beadwork Circle, a group who meets every Wednesday evening from 5-8 pm to keep the […]
Phillip Baker explains the opportunities being provided by this program for Indigenous Education Assistants in Manitoba to gain a degree in the field of education.
How an education program from New Zealand was adapted for use in two north end Winnipeg Schools to increase graduation rates and develop Métis identity.
Stefan Gislason describes the Neah Kee Papa a mentor program for Métis and Indigenous fathers.
A non-linear adult learning program in Manitoba that has a literacy focus in partnership with the University of Winnipeg.