Elder, Albina Cardinal believes that a curriculum that is infused with Indigenous history makes progress in the healing and understanding of Indigenous communities.
Audio interview with Indigenous Educator Penny Cardinal-Kotash perspective from Treaty 8, High Level, Alberta.
The Principal of the Dene Tha Community School, Carlito Somera, discusses the school's commitment to holding fall and winter Cultural Camps for students in grades 4-12.
Indigenous education is important, not only for those who carry on traditional ways, but for Indigenous lawyers and politicians who would be better able to advocate for Indigenous peoples.
The KARA Family Resource Centre (Parent Link Centre) offers a Traditional Parenting for Indigenous Families. This program provides the opportunity to connect with Indigenous culture, develop literacy skills, and parenting strategies. The topics include: self-esteem, positive discipline, storytelling and communication, and values and traditions. This program runs for 9 sessions. A light meal of soup […]
Brenda Morency is an Indigenous full-time student enrolled in her 5th year at the University of Alberta in the Bachelor of Arts in Native Studies combined degree in the Bachelor of Education Secondary route. Brenda’s major is in the Cree Language and her minor is Native Studies. Brenda has studied a number of Native studies […]
Early Intervention is key! The Botsvin Life Skills training as well as the Yellow Bus Program are for Indigenous students attending Ben Calf Robe Society School. These two programs as well as many others offered by this society offer children opportunities to learn through culturally relevant material and resources with the emphasis of acceptance, dignity, […]
Coyote Kids Weekly Program is a free weekly Aboriginal culture program for Aboriginal children or children of Aboriginal ancestry ages of 6-12 years. Coyote kids meets every Monday evening from 6 p.m. – 7:30 p.m. It operates from September to June. Registration takes place in mid-September each year. The program is full every year with […]
Dedicated to providing an unforgettable experience and in the empowerment of artistic people who are creative in different disciplines; art, drawing, carving, cooking, music, and more. Art is multicultural learning and encourages us to bring aspects of our cultures into the space and is the core to our being. Through the courses, Barbara provides guidance […]
Little Warriors / Be Brave Ranch mission is to provide: Awareness and information about child sexual abuse; Adults with child sexual abuse prevention strategies through education; Information about healing and support resources; A treatment center focused solely to help children who have been sexually abused. https://littlewarriors.ca/be-brave-ranch/
The White Cloud Head Start Program provides Indigenous pre-school children with a positive sense of themselves, their culture and offers them an opportunity to develop and learn different skills to be successful in the school system. The program is located at Sherwood Elementary School in Edmonton, Alberta. The program is one of 16 programs through […]