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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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New Location
» July 4 / 2014

We are nearly set up in our new location at 1970 Island Diesel Way. Next week we ought to have all our remaining signage up so we are easier to spot as you travel south on Bowen Road.

If you are coming by to see us it is best to enter off of Bowen Road at the turn off for the Husky gas station. We are located in the beautiful building straight ahead as you turn in. So great to have room to move!

Come by and see us when you get a chance.
-Terri


Did You Know...

What is the proper etiquette for Sweat Lodge ceremonies? First Nations Elders recommend that each person enters the Sweat Lodge with appropriateness, kindness, and with prayers. Participants have their own reasons for participating in a Sweat Lodge ceremony and participants should undertake the Sweat Lodge ceremony with postive energies, feelings and emotions. First Nations Elders are role models that exemplify this behaviour and mindset. As in any ceremony, appropriate dress and attire is n ...
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