The Colouring It Forward – Cree Nation Art & Wisdom Colouring Book features the beautiful art created by Cree artists Sam Bighetty and Delree Dumont as well as teachings and stories from John Sinclair, a Cree elder born in Alberta.
Support True North Aid, an organization helping northern communities across the country with practical humanitarian support.
“Our priority is to help ensure dignity and health for all and to establish hope and self-determination within these communities.”
Chris Hsiung, the producer and director behind Elder in the Making, also created Fox Chaser, which is now available on CBC Gem.
It’s a story that will take you into the harsh winters of northern Alberta where a young Cree trapper struggles to protect his childhood dream of living off the trapline. With encroaching industrial development and increasing family obligations, this may be his last chance for freedom in the bush.
sākihiwē festival (formerly Aboriginal Music Week) is a music festival in Winnipeg, Manitoba which presents Indigenous artists from around the world performing hip hop, electronic, traditional, world, folk, rock, country and blues music.
Visit the SICC (Saskatchewan Indigenous Cultural Centre) for background and history of Indigenous languages in Saskatchewan. Also, see news about Federal Indigenous Languages Legislation.
“The following ten books reflect on the residential school experience in different ways. They have all been identified as age-appropriate for children under 12 by reputable organizations.”
“The KAIROS Blanket Exercise™ program is a unique, participatory history lesson – developed in collaboration with Indigenous Elders, knowledge keepers and educators – that fosters truth, understanding, respect and reconciliation among Indigenous and non-indigenous peoples.” Many local organizations now offer facilitation for this exercise. It’s an incredible learning experience to continue your journey of Reconciliation.