Treaty Maps: Ontario

46 treaties, First Nations and other agreements in Ontario Click the picture above to download the map (Download PDF file, 1 MB)

The Two Row Wampum Belt – Brochure

    The Two Row Wampum Belt (Kas-wen-tha) symbolizes the agreement and conditions under which the Haudenosaunee (People of the Long House, Iroquois Six Nations) welcomed the white Europeans to Turtle Island (North America). Historically the Haudenosaunee were nations of people who practiced very sophisticated, yet simple diplomatic principles in their dealings with other nations….

Treaties and Relations – Teachers Resources (Age13+)

Canada in the Making – Teachers Resources. Lessons A Timeline of Aboriginal Treaties in Canada A group survey and visual presentation of important treaties and other documents relating to aboriginals. (Ages 16 and up) This Rich Land An examination of treaty areas using geographical and historical skills. (Ages 15 and up) Some Quick Lesson Ideas…

MAPS of First Nations in Canada (by Province)

Ontario   Order a copy of the Ontario First Nations map from Aboriginal Affairs   British Columbia   first nations in bc map pdf View more ebooks on First Peoples’ Language Map of B.C Visit – First Peoples’ Language Map of B.C Yukon   Traditional Territories of Yukon First Nations pdf Quebec  …

SMART Board Activities K-6 Teaching Treaties in the Classroom

NOTE: If you don’t have the Smartboard full software version, you can view the lesson plans with the SmartBoard Notebook Express software. available here. The Office of the Treaty Commissioner ( – The following SMART Board Activities have been created for grades K-6.

The Anishinaabe Understanding of Treaty #3

“We have kept our part of the treaty” The Anishinaabe Understanding of Treaty #3 Published by: Grand Council Treaty #3 is an association of 25 Anishnaabe First Nations, located in northwestern Ontario and southeastern Manitoba. Treaty #3-Booklet.pdf

Nova Scotia – Aboriginal Law – Leading Court Decisions

Aboriginal Law – Leading Court Decisions The legal context on Aboriginal matters continues to evolve. The inclusion of protections for Aboriginal and treaty rights in the Constitution Act (1982) (Links to S. 35 of the Constitution Act) has led to a growing number of decisions that influence the context and manner in which governments address…