Explore texts that represent Indigenous culture and languages
Beautiful board books and great stories about Indigenous culture to share with our children
Content and educational resources that reflect the experiences and knowledge of the Indigenous Peoples of Canada
Explore 11 Indigenous stories and reconciliation
Celebrate Indigenous Culture
Watch informational videos and learn about various cultural landmarks that hold great significance to Canada’s Indigenous peoples
Indigenous Services Canada
Supporting services for Indigenous peoples
Click on the images to learn more about Indigenous perspectives, history, and culture.
Explore the art forms that define Indigenous peoples in the National Art Gallery of Canada
The Committee on Indigenous Matters
The Committee on Indigenous Matters exists to and work with Indigenous people to promote initiatives to advance reconciliation by supporting the Truth and Reconciliation Commission Calls to Action
Beginning lessons offer new learners a way to start exploring the beautiful language of Anishinaabemowin
The Manitoba First Nations Education Resource Centre supports students, teachers, and schools.
SAY Magazine celebrates First Nations, Métis and Inuit ingenuity by sharing success stories and stories of resilience since 2002.
Eagle Urban Transition Centre
E.A.G.L.E. Urban Transition Centre (EUTC) assists First Nation people with transitioning into an urban centre and accessing the appropriate resources to become independent
Yellow Shawl Housing
Yellow Shawl Housing is an innovative youth housing program focused on providing safe and supportive housing with a continuum of structure and supervision ranging from peer support to more direct staffing involvement in daily activities