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  • ...snow in at least - 5 0 C temperature. This style of mukluk is usually worn for snowshoeing. [[Category:Canadian Métis]]
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  • [[Category:CU Resources for AMU3O]] [[Category:CU Resources for CGC1D]]
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  • ...ian Constitution recognizes three groups of Aboriginal people — Indians, Métis and Inuit. These are three separate peoples with unique heritages, language [[Category:Glossary]]
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  • ...ing the 133 First Nations in Ontario, is a political forum and secretariat for collective decision-making, action and advocacy. ...tions across Canada. Its head office in Ottawa is the center of operations for its elected executive of a National Chief and ViceChief, an administrative
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  • ...erm "First Peoples" is used throughout the site to refer to First Nations, Métis, Inuit, Native Americans and Native Alaskans. ...vangelicalism Bibliographies Project (CEBP) is an initiative of the Centre for Research on Canadian Evangelicalism. The CEBP contains topical bibliographi
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  • ==Aboriginal Education Themed Professional Learning Opportunities for Educators== ...uncil of the Saskatchewan Teachers’ Federation. This Council has existed for over 35 years. Its primary goal ensures and assists in the continued growth
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  • ==Métis Celebrations== ...ert, Saskatchewan), "Back To Batoche Days" has been an annual event of the Métis since the mid‐ to late 1880s and is normally a three day celebration stag
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  • ==Métis Ceremonies== [[Category:Canadian Métis]]
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  • ==Métis Organizations== According to the 2006 census, there are '''409,065''' Métis in Canada.
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  • ==Métis Career Training== [[Category:Canadian Métis]]
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  • ==Métis and the Environment== [[Category:Canadian Métis]]
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  • ==Métis Harvesting== ...th the Métis Nation of Alberta to legally permit year-round harvesting to Métis rights-holders.
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  • ==Métis Media== # [http://www.metisradio.fm/ Métis Radio]
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  • ==Métis History== # [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/M%C3%A9tis_people_%28Canada%29 Métis people] are an indigenous First People of Canada who trace their descent to
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  • ==Métis Faith, Religion and Spirituality== ...albertasource.ca/METIS/eng/culture_lifeways/culture_lifeways_religious.htm Métis Religious Life and Education] from the Alberta Heritage Community Foundatio
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  • ==Métis Métis Law== ...onstitution Act identified Métis as Aboriginal peoples of Canada and gave Métis people distinct rights and constitutional protection.
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  • ==Métis Art== ==Métis Music==
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  • ...its&__nccspID=886 Aboriginal Studies Kit] A collection of papers on issues for Aboriginal Christians in Canada, written by members of the EFC Aboriginal T ...Oka Crisis] In the summer of 1990, all eyes were on the small town of Oka for a showdown between native people, Quebec police and eventually the Canadian
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  • ...viduals and organizations which provides leadership, support, and advocacy for Aboriginal people living with and affected by HIV/AIDS, regardless of where ...lness.htm Native Diabetes Wellness Program (NDWP)] is part of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's (CDC) Division of Diabetes Translation.
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  • ...y.ca/ Canadian Aboriginal Writing Challenge] is a creative writing contest for young Aboriginal Canadians (ages 14-18 and 19-29). Participants can showcas ...boriginal students. It will also help raise awareness about First Nations, Métis and Inuit cultures, histories and perspectives in schools.
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  • ...to Saskatoon, this film honours those who have passed and uncovers reasons for hope. Finding Dawn illustrates the deep historical, social and economic fac ...he union is beneficial for her tribe, it results in hardship and isolation for Ikwe. Values and customs clash until, finally, the events of a dream Ikwe o
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  • ...cultural traditions from their nation. Trancripts for the teachings found for Blackfoot, Cree, Ojibwe, Mohawk and Mi'kmaq. ...'s a day to honour the history and culture of the First Nations, Inuit and Métis who were here long before the founding of Canada. To mark our country's abo
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  • ...f funding until March 31, 2009. AHRDS involves 79 First Nations, Inuit and Métis Agreement holders and some 220 sub-agreement holders across the ten provinc ...boriginal people in major economic industries, leading to lasting benefits for Aboriginal communities, families, and individuals. It is geared to providin
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  • ....ca/english/publications/firstnationsandinuit.htm First Nations, Inuit and Métis Health Committee] is a position statement made by the Canadian Paediatric S [[Category:Glossary]]
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  • ==Métis Health== ....ca/english/publications/firstnationsandinuit.htm First Nations, Inuit and Métis Health Committee] is a position statement made by the Canadian Paediatric S
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  • ...sence, wisdom, and counsel are the mainstay not only for students but also for the University as a whole. Their knowledge of First Nations’ traditions, ...Explore the knowledge and cultures of indigenous peoples and find a place for yourself in the new world.
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  • ...hing recorders. It features 9 arrangements of Canadian folksongs arranged for two soprano recorders and alto recorder, with lyrics and guitar parts, brie [[Category:Glossary]]
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  • ...onday May 2 and and Tuesday May 3 educators from southern Ontario gathered for an excellent Native Studies Professional Learning Community at the Brantfor [[Category:Canadian Métis]]
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  • * Simon Bain sharing the background and importance of the Metis sash for members of [http://www.metisnation.org The Metis Nation of Ontario]. ...myyyy=26092010 more info]. Toronto’s astronomical community hosted a day for educators, parents and students to discover the history of astronomy and hu
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  • ...l education, and in particular to allow aboriginal students to be prepared for and to achieve educational success in the full range of academic programs w ...nitoba's indigenous courses and programs and encourage young First Nation, Métis and Inuit students to continue their education. "I want our people to go to
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  • ...ebruary 28, 2012 secondary school educators from southern Ontario gathered for an excellent Native Studies Professional Learning Community at EC Drury Sec [[Category:Canadian Métis]]
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  • ...ebruary 28, 2012 secondary school educators from southern Ontario gathered for an excellent Native Studies Professional Learning Community at EC Drury Sec [[Category:Canadian Métis]]
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  • ...onday May 2 and and Tuesday May 3 educators from southern Ontario gathered for an excellent Native Studies Professional Learning Community at the Brantfor ...s public libraries] for the project [http://www.speakuptoday.net/ Speak Up for First nations Public Libraries]. She and 30 residents were recently evicted
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  • ...oblem that has reached crisis proportions in some First Nations, Inuit and Métis communities in Canada. ...l children to Chiefs, this story will move you with their dignity and hope for a better future. Watch the [http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DFSj7QZb6qM film
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  • ==Speaker's Bureau for Aboriginal Education== # [http://www.mississauga.com/community/article/647927 Joseph Paquette] is a Métis elder based in Mississauga. Contact [http://www.creditrivermetiscouncil.com
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  • The proclamation is viewed as a key constitutional document for relations between the Crown and Canada's First Nations. Responsibility for "Indians, and Lands reserved for the Indians" is given to the federal government.
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  • [[Category:CU Resources for OEE]] [[Category:CU Resources for WE1]]
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  • ...r>Teachers and Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal youth leaders are responsible for: ...elves directly to the administration for Camp Kitchikewana. Please contact for details.
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  • ...riginal people live off reserve; 62% identify themselves as Indian, 30% as Métis and 4% as Inuit. Canada's aboriginal population is diverse in ancestry, his ==[[:Category:Glossary for Aboriginal|Aboriginal Glossary]]==
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  • ==Twitter Hashtags for Educators== ...tter Hashtags] and [http://cybraryman.com/chats.html Twitter Chat hashtags for educators].
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  • ...l provide youth with opportunities to learn about First Nations, Inuit and Métis culture and history, environmental stewardship, develop confidence in the o ...snation.org/governance/governing-structure/mnoyc-youth/mnoyc-contacts.aspx Métis Nation of Ontario Youth Council (MNOYC)]
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  • ==Culminating Unit (CU) Topics for Music AMU3O== ...g/wiki/Inuit_music Inuit], [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/M%C3%A9tis_fiddle Métis]), [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Native_American_music American], [http://e
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  • ...ating among the Aboriginal peoples in Canada comprising the First Nations, Métis and Inuit peoples and their non-Aboriginal supporters in Canada, and to a l [[Category:CU Resources for CGC1D]]
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  • ...es and outstanding contributions to Canada of the First Nations, Inuit and Métis. Collectively these groups make up the Aboriginal Peoples of Canada. The date was selected for several reasons, including the fact that it coincides with the summer solst
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  • On October 7, 1763, King George III of England issued a Royal Proclamation for the administration of British territories in North America. The Royal Procl ...es to be of legal importance to First Nations in Canada and is significant for the variation of indigenous status in the United States. It also ensured th
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  • ...th Century (CHC2P) with David|Canadian History in the 20th Century (CHC2P) for IAP Students]] * [[Geography of Canada (CGC1P) with David|Geography of Canada (CGC1P) for IAP Students]]
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  • ...ghts Louis Riel fought so bravely to protect." - Gary Lipinski, President, Métis Nation of Ontario, November 2013 ...the Northwest Territories, as well as the northwestern United States. The Métis played an instrumental role in the shaping of Canada and work tirelessly to
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  • ...fe and local environment. The following are some resources and connections for exploring the Indigenous perspective. * '''[http://www.aadnc-aandc.gc.ca/eng/1100100034258/1100100034259 ecoENERGY for Aboriginal and Northern Communities Program]''' and '''[http://www.aadnc-aa
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  • ==Glossary for Environmental Science== ==Glossary for Indigenous Peoples==
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  • ...ficial Subject Association in Ontario for teachers of both First Nations, Métis and Inuit Studies from Grades 9-12. ...he Ontario Ministry of Education recognized provincial subject association for teachers and educators of First Nation, Metis & Inuit Studies and Native La
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