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"Water: The Sacred Relationship" is a beautiful journey of learning, dialogue and reconciliation of western science and traditional Indigenous teachings (Indigenous science) focusing on our collective need to protect the water. The site includes 15 videos, lesson plans for grades 5 and 6 which align with the Alberta Program of Studies for Science and Social Studies, and endless knowledge and wisdom from our Elders. Check it out! The resource is available free of charge to anyone who wou ...

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.

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Grand Opening Events - September 23 - 27!
» September 17 / 2014

The Strong Nations team are all pretty excited to welcome you into our new location; Suite 1 - 1970 Island Diesel Way, just off of Bowen Road, here in Nanaimo.

We have a wonderful line-up of events planned for you starting on September 23, 2014:

Tuesday, Sept.23 from 6:00 - 7:00, CANCELLED, unfortunately Monique Gray Smith can not attend at this time but will visit us at a later date in October. Our thoughts and prayers are with her and her family.

Wednesday, Sept.24 from 6:00 - 7:00, Frank Busch will be reading from his newly launched title, Grey Eyes. Author signing to follow.

Friday, Sept.26 from 6:00 - 7:00, Terri Mack and Bill Helin are launching their new book, Mouse Celebrates the Winter Solstice. Author and illustrator signing to follow.

Saturday, Sept.27 from 2:00 - 3:00, Michael Kusugak will be reading from The Littlest Sled Dog, The Curse of the Shaman and his newest release, T is for Territories . Author signing to follow.

If you are attending an event please be sure to get here early as there is limited seating.

Each day we will have a door prize basket with Saturday being our Grand Prize draw. A variety of in store items will be on sale.

Tuesday's prize winner: Joe Starr
Wednesday's prize winner: Maria Gomes
Thursday's prize winner: Margaret Litch
Friday's prize winner: Carlo Pavan
Grand Prize winner: Diane Charles


Did You Know...

Culturally modified trees (aka CMT's) is a term which describes the modification of trees by Indigenous Peoples as part of cultural practices. Their meaning for the Indigenous cultures is relatively well known, but only from the beginning of the 1980s scientists have recognized that they are also important sources for the history of certain regions. Meanwhile they are even called CMT archives. Although a wide range of results has been produced, and progress has been made as far as methodology is ...
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