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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.

Latest News

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Self Publishing Workshop
» March 11 / 2015

Come and join us for an evening of information sharing on how to self publish on Wednesday, April 1 from 6:30 - 8:30. We have 25 seats available for this no cost workshop. Please RSVP via e-mail to terri@strongnations.com, no later than March 27 to hold a seat.

We have been on the road having a great time visiting communities to share more information about our Strong Readers! So many amazing stories about how our Strong Readers are affecting positive change for ALL learners. Keep up the great work you are all doing out there!

We launched our new product line, Strong Learners, a couple of weeks ago! Check out our NEW Strong Learners product line: Click here

Have you checked our B2B partners pages? They are located under the Educators Tab along the top of the website. Kerry Armstrong is our newest addition with her new website on UDL.


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Did You Know...

A First Nations reserve is not part of any municipality. The federal government takes responsibility for First Nations reserves. Because of this there is no city water, garbage pick up, sewer etc. It is the responsibility of the First Nation to research, build and maintain these services and or enter into a local agreement with the neighboring municipality. Unless there is a local agreement in place, people living on reserve are not given voting rights in municipal elections, nor have free ac ...
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