Using a Cree immersion curriculum, the Kihew Waciston Cree Immersion School provides youth with opportunities to know who they are and where they come from.
Ensuring an institution exists where Indigenous languages and cultures are respected, honoured, and shared.
The Principal and Counsellor from Chief Whitecap School and the Superintendent from Saskatoon Public Schools discuss the importance of the alliance that brought about the school.
Neeched Up Games plays a unique role in educating students and teachers about Indigenous history and culture in Saskatchewan.
Felicia Gay is the Gallery Curator at Wanuskewin Heritage Park and she discusses contemporary Indigenous art, arts programming, and curatorship within the interpretive center.
Program Coordinator, Kathleen Makela and Director, Larry Chartrand discuss the Indigenous Law Centre’s Summer Program.
Jennifer Bishop and Marcel Petit highlight the transformative process that occurs during the Circle of Voices Program.