THEN/HiER is the first pan-Canadian organization devoted to promoting and
improving history teaching and learning by bringing together the various
constituencies involved in history education. Our goal is to create more
research-informed practice and more practice-informed research.
Aboriginal Education Services provides School Boards, Educators,and learning communities with aboriginal strategies, training and tools to enhance their understanding of Aboriginal Peoples. Bettering aboriginal students education, lives and future.
The Grand Council of the Crees is the political body that represents the approximately (2003) 14,000 Crees or “Eeyouch” (“Eenouch” – Mistissini dialect), as they call themselves, of eastern James Bay and Southern Hudson Bay in Northern Quebec.
The Aboriginal Circle of Educators exists to empower educators through
holistic approaches and professional development and advocacy to advance
indigenous knowledge for the success of future generations.
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The Mushkegowuk and Anishinaabe Peoples and Treaty No. 9. A Cree Culture and History Education Game.