Cultural Resources


Science Catches Up With Inuit Oral History, ‘Discovering’ Ancient Paleo-Eskimos




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National Gathering for Indigenous Education

Holistic education considers the mental, emotional, physical, and spiritual needs of the child. For K-12 Indigenous students to be successful, they need to have a balance of all four aspects in their lives.

Closing the gap in Indigenous education is key for the future of Canada and its Indigenous communities. This conference is a great opportunity for educators and others to share knowledge and work together on solutions to improving the academic outcomes of K-12 Indigenous students.


Let Me See Your Fancy Steps” Story of a Metis Dance Caller and “All My Relations

DancAvailable for purchase September 21st. Book/DVD launch was held Sep 21st 3:00-5:30pm at GDI Library (Room 218 College West), University of Regina. e DVD and Guide

Author: Sylvie Roy and Jeanne Pelletier
Co-Produced by Compaigni V’ni Dansi

Book and DVD showcasing Jeanne Pelletier’s story of how she shaped a community with her knowledge, teaching and experience in Metis dancing as an entire way of life. Featuring 13 Metis dance reels and instructional video.


Enter to WIN a copy by submitting an inclusive resource!  Each resource is one entry! Draw will be made when 25 resource entries have come through the site. 


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