The Think Indigenous initiative inspires educators to think about education through an Indigenous knowledge lens.
The annual National Indigenous Youth Entrepreneurship Camp at First Nations University of Canada offers youth an opporunity to learn about business.
Donna Lerat teaches early learners their Cree identity through language and music at the K’Awasis Daycare.
Gilbert Kewistep educates future generations of social workers who, he hopes will, ask tough questions, be inclusive of Elders, be involved in community agencies, and effect meaningful change.
Vincent Ziffle incorporates Indigenous ways of knowing into his 100 level Chemistry courses at the First Nations University of Canada.
Man Up Against Violence seeks to inspire men to become advocates of violence prevention.
Director of Programming at Wanuskewin Heritage Park, Teena Nelson, teaches students, families, and visitors about the cultural significance of the tipi within First Nations culture.
Sâkêwêwak Artists’ Collective Inc. supports Indigenous Art and Artists in Regina and the surrounding area.
“Increasing the number of First Nations, Métis, and Inuit students graduating from science and engineering programs in Canada.”
Erica Beaudin has been the Executive Director of the Regina Treaty Status Indian Services since 2007 and she discusses the importance of the organization’s community education programs.
Lori Whiteman, Executive Director of the Treaty Education Alliance, describes their land-based programs and services.
The Faculty of Education at the University of Regina offers an example of how settler institutions can support the work of Indigenous education programs.
Schools in SK must legally teach Treaty education, honour and recognize Indigenous ways of knowing, and provide opportunities for students to engage in cultural and language revitalization.