EPS launches digital comic book

EPS launches digital comic book 02-Apr-2014 “Alex Decoteau!” Alex stepped forward at the sound of his name. The small crowd of family members and well-wishers who came to witness the swearing-in of the city’s newest police officers, clapped in appreciation. One hundred and thirteen years ago, Alex Decoteau made Canadian policing history. The young Metis…

Turtle Island Voices CANADA – Levelled Book Series: Grade 1 – 8

Turtle Island Voices – Levelled Book Series: Grade 1 – 8 The stories within Turtle Island Voices are told in many parts of Canada. “Turtle Island” refers to the continent of North America, based on the creation stories of many Aboriginal peoples. Though the stories vary, many tell of the continent being created on the…

Aboriginal Literatures in Canada – Teacher’s Guide

Authors: Renate Eigenbrod, Georgina Kakegamic and Josias Fiddler Published By: curriculum.org Grade Level: 9 -12 Excerpt:Aboriginal Literatures in Canada: A Teacher’s Resource Guide serves a double purpose: to encourage the teaching of Aboriginal literature in English high school curricula across the country because Aboriginal students deserve to be taught texts they can relate to and,…

Alberta Cree author Larry Loyie – Children’s Books and more

.First Nations Writer Award-winning Cree author Larry Loyie and his touring partner Constance Brissenden are now booking school visits, talks, writing workshops and so on for 2012. Larry’s new book The Moon Speaks Cree, A Winter Adventure (Theytus) will be available in August 2012. The illustrations by Heather D. Holmlund combined with Larry Loyie’s beautiful…

Aboriginal Family Literacy – Library of Books

Aboriginal Family Literacy Centre at BCAAFC The Aboriginal Family Literacy Initiative is a project developed by the BCAAFC which aims to contribute to increased literacy among Aboriginal families in BC through the creation of a movement which will promote, support, and empower Aboriginal Family Literacy. Family Literacy Library.

SAY Magazine

SAY Magazine. The largest national lifestyle magazine for and about about Native people – the largest growing demographic in North America, SAY Magazine, now in our tenth year, has grown to include four regular issues plus annual Best Practice in Economic Development and University College and University Guide for Native Students editions.