Source: http://www.7generations.org For full rules, download the PDF. Moccasin Game The information contained in this booklet is in the Roseau River Anishinaabe First Nation understanding of the Moccasin Game. Below is a link to the Moccasin Game on YouTube.
Overall Objective This theme focuses on Colonialism and Racism. The pain of the past provides strength for the present and wisdom for the future. Films grouped under this theme document the darker moments of the relationship between Aboriginal people and government agencies in Canada. (Note: Many sensitive issues covered in this theme; teacher discretion advised.)Continue reading “Thematic Unit Colonialism and Racism”
Have a Heart Day | FNCFCS. On Valentine’s Day, February 14, 2013, celebrate Have a Heart Day by supporting First Nations children to grow up safely at home, get a good education, be healthy, and proud of their cultures. read more
Ta’kaiya Blaney, 11, lives in North Vancouver and is from the Sliammon First Nation. She is singer, songwriter and actress. Visit her at http://www.takaiyablaney.com/ Ta’kaiya Blaney speaks at an Idle No More event at City Hall, Coast Salish territory (Vancouver, BC).
Lesson Plans Download Aboriginal Veterans & Warriors Grade Levels: 6, 7, 8, 10 Subjects: Social Studies, History, World Studies Objective: Students will learn about the contributions of Aboriginal peoples to Canada’s war efforts; how Aboriginal warriors have sought self-determination and enforced their treaty rights. Materials: 1. The 500 Years of Resistance Comic Book, by GordContinue reading “Aboriginal Veterans & Warriors ~ Gr.6-10 (DragonFly Canada)”
The Saskatchewan First Nations Veterans’ Association, “We Answered the Call”, A History Of The Saskatchewan First Nations’ Contribution To Canada’s Freedom And Democracy..Source: http://www.fsin.comPDF File Info: 4.06 MB | 24 Pages
Aboriginal Veterans – Stories of Honour and Heroism. Native Soldiers – Foreign Battlefields PDF
Mr. Borchert recalls how the Aboriginal Spiritual Journey was conceived, and how it was important in order to bring the spirit of fallen warriors home. Aboriginal Spiritual Journey – Veterans Affairs Canada.