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Building Strong Nations Together! Project of Heart” is an inquiry based, hands-on, collaborative, inter-generational, artistic journey of seeking truth about the history of Aboriginal people in Canada. Click here

Lesson Plans

Our lesson plans have been well received, thank you! We wanted to make it easier for you to find them. Click here to go to: Kids Books > Reading Connections. You can choose from either Fiction or Non Fiction. Soon to come, Numeracy lesson plans.

Latest News

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Year End Resources...
» May 20 / 2015

Now that we are back home with all our road trips under our belt for this year it's time to add in some new content. But first, our thanks go out to all of the amazing support that we received from the many districts that we have visited, the many conferences that we have attended and all the folks that have come here to Strong Nations for a workshop. With the amount of engagement that we have seen this year I anticipate that in 5 years from now we will have such incredible understanding of Aboriginal content like we have never seen before. All the indicators are there and we at Strong Nations are working hard to meet the needs of everyone.

New content...I have added a new theme bundle today: Primary Inuit Theme. I will be adding in a Primary Metis Theme and Primary First Nations Theme over the next couple of days. Also, check out the New Arrivals tab to see all the single new titles that have been added.

In particular, 2 new titles have recently been launched to pay special attention to:
From the Heart: How 100 Canadians Created an Unconventional Theatre Performance about Reconciliation and Inuit Songs & Stories, Learn How to Throat Sing.

Mark June 1st @ 7:00 on your calendars! David Suzuki will be at Beban Park Auditorium:
We're excited to announce that David Suzuki is gearing up to visit coastal B.C. from June 1 to 13, and you're invited!
Both the David Suzuki Foundation and David Suzuki have a long history of work, activism and friendships on B.C.'s coast. This series of events will honour that past and help build for the future.
We're aiming to celebrate, motivate and connect coastal communities, First Nations and partners around our shared respect and admiration for the coastal waters that make British Columbia such an amazing place to live.
The events will begin with 30-minute preview of Ian Mauro’s upcoming feature film on climate change, followed by a discussion about the challenges facing your community and your hopes for the future of British Columbia’s spectacular coastal waters. We hope you will share your ideas with us, so that we can take them to even larger audiences after the tour.
Register for one of the Celebrating Coastal Connections events today.



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Did You Know...

Why is tobacco important to First Nations people? Tobacco is one of the sacred gifts the Creator gave to the First Nations people. Tobacco has been used traditionally in ceremonies, rituals and prayer for thousands of years for its powerful spiritual meaning. Tobacco has a variety of medicinal purposes. Tobacco establishes a direct communication link between a person and the spiritual world. The most powerful way of communicating with the spirits is to smoke tobacco in a Sacred Pipe. Even be ...
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