Aboriginal Voters Elections Canada
Be prepared for the Election on May 2.

Aboriginal Government Employmnet Network (AGEN)
The Aboriginal Government Employees Network (AGEN) is a unique organization dedicated to partnering, promoting and supporting workplace environments that are committed to the recruitment, retention and advancement of Aboriginal employees throughout the Government of Saskatchewan.

Library of Parliament
This is an excellent site for students and teachers. Learn about the three arms of Canadian government, the role of the Governor General, the military, the Privy Council. Learn about the House of Commons and the Senate.
Chamer Business - Committee Business- Bills - About Parliament - Senators and Members - Webcast - Visitor Information - Interparliamentary Affairs . Virtual Library

Parks Canada
On behalf of the people of Canada, we protect and present nationally significant examples of Canada's natural and cultural heritage and foster public understanding, appreciation and enjoyment in ways that ensure their ecological and commemorative integrity for present and future generations.

Veteran Affaires Canada
This site gives information about aboriginal people.

Indian and Northern Affaires

Canadian Museum of Civilization
see museum page

The Assembly of First Nations
There is a lot o information on this site. Presently there is an educational summit the Nationalj Chief Atleo.

Canadian School Boards Association
The Saskatchewan School Boards Association (SSBA), in collaboration with the SSBA Aboriginal Council, has identified a strategic plan to address First Nation and Métis education in the province’s public schools. The “First Nations and Métis Education Action Plan 2010-2012″ contains four strategic results.

Alberta Native Friendship Centres Association
The mission of the ANFCA to improve the quality of life for Aboriginal people in urban areas by supporting self-determined activities that encourage: the development of human and community resources; the improvement of socio-economic and physical conditions; better understanding and relationships between Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal citizens; and the enhancement of Aboriginal culture among Aboriginal people and the communities they reside in.

Library of Canada
In 2004, the National Archives of Canada and the National Library of Canada were drawn together by the Library and Archives of Canada Act to create a new knowledge institution for Canadians—Library and Archives Canada, a source of enduring knowledge and the continuing memory of the government of Canada and its institutions.