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Thursday, March 29

  1. page Metis Information edited ... Learn about famous Metis people in Canadian history. The Michif Metis museum is a wealth of re…
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    Learn about famous Metis people in Canadian history. The Michif Metis museum is a wealth of resources. You can learn about artifacts, crafts, the travelling museum, information about Metis veterans. There seems to be a distinct lack of information about the contribution of Metis women. Perhaps this may need to be addressed by the museum because gender equity seems to be absolutely not at the forefront of the webpage design. The contributions may be listed in the site, but they do not seem apparent. Check it out for yourself and make your decision.
    http://www.michifmetismuseum.org/FamousFigures.html
    Leah Dorion is a good example of a woman who has promoted the value and contribution of Metis women through her art. See her website at:
    http://www.leahdorion.com/sevengenerations.html
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  2. page Metis Information edited The Virtual Museum of Metis Culture and History Tawnshi! ... and Culture. GDI – in partners…
    The Virtual Museum of Metis Culture and History
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    and Culture.
    GDI – in partnership with the Saskatchewan Department of Learning, the Department of Canadian Heritage’s Canadian Culture Online Program, the Canada Council for the Arts, SaskCulture, the Government of Canada and the University of Saskatchewan Division of Media and Technology – is proud to provide you with this systematic look at Métis history and culture. This project is the culmination of years of research gathering and resource production and is based on the Institute’s resolute desire to ensure that the Métis have their own stories told in a medium, which is user-friendly, free and accessible to all those interested in Métis history and culture.
    This website is the most comprehensive attempt to chronicle traditional Métis history and culture on the World Wide Web and contains a wealth of primary documents – oral history interviews, photographs and various archival documents – in visual, audio and video files. In addition, many of our proven resources such as Steps in Time and Gabriel Dumont: Métis Legend have also been added to this site. Finally, new material, suitable for general information and for educators, has also been commissioned for The Virtual Museum of Métis History and Culture.
    Learn about famous Metis people in Canadian history. The Michif Metis museum is a wealth of resources. You can learn about artifacts, crafts, the travelling museum, information about Metis veterans. There seems to be a distinct lack of information about the contribution of Metis women. Perhaps this may need to be addressed by the museum because gender equity seems to be absolutely not at the forefront of the webpage design. The contributions may be listed in the site, but they do not seem apparent. Check it out for yourself and make your decision.
    http://www.michifmetismuseum.org/FamousFigures.html

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Monday, March 26

  1. page Language-Cree edited Cree Songs from Gift of Culture and Cree Language Website Welcome to the Gift of Culture and Cree …
    Cree Songs from Gift of Culture and Cree Language Website
    Welcome to the Gift of Culture and Cree Language Website. You will sample songs by Darrell McCallum, Laura Burnouf, Edie Venne Hyggen, Allen Morrow, John Halkett.
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    nguage-Cree

    By Laura Burnouf, Darren Okeymasim, Reg Bugler, Doreen Oakes Video lessons of common phrases and words in Plains Cree, y dialect
    Cree -Alberta K to 3 Curriculum
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    STF on-line Cree Y Language Unit-lesson plan
    Beginning Reading and Writing in the Cree Language “Y” Dialect
    Language-Cree
    Our Languages-SICC
    The Saskatchewan Indian Cultural Centre has an amazing site for six aboriginal languages. This site is linked to a lending library that is extensive. There is also a catalogue of materials to purchase for language teaching.
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  2. page Language-Cree edited Cree Songs from Gift of Culture and Cree Language Website Welcome to the Gift of Culture and Cree …
    Cree Songs from Gift of Culture and Cree Language Website
    Welcome to the Gift of Culture and Cree Language Website. You will sample songs by Darrell McCallum, Laura Burnouf, Edie Venne Hyggen, Allen Morrow, John Halkett.
    Language-Cree
    By Laura Burnouf, Darren Okeymasim, Reg Bugler, Doreen Oakes Video lessons of common phrases and words in Plains Cree, y dialect

    Cree -Alberta K to 3 Curriculum
    http://education.alberta.ca/media/659383/creekto3gi.pdf
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    STF on-line Cree Y Language Unit-lesson plan
    Beginning Reading and Writing in the Cree Language “Y” Dialect
    Language-Cree
    Our Languages-SICC
    The Saskatchewan Indian Cultural Centre has an amazing site for six aboriginal languages. This site is linked to a lending library that is extensive. There is also a catalogue of materials to purchase for language teaching.
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Wednesday, February 15

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Saturday, December 17

  1. page home edited Louis Riel Day November 16 is celebrated by Metis citizens Treaty 6 Education in various w…

    Louis Riel Day
    November 16 is celebrated by Metis citizens
    Treaty 6 Education in various waysLiving Sky School Division in Saskatchewan and across Canada. We remember our history of the resistance in 1885. Here in the Battlefords we are looking for people who would like
    This website is intended
    to tell their story about Metis ways as they remember them. Anyone who has information about Bresaylor, the Metis settlement in the late 18th Century just outside the present areagive a general understanding of Treaty 6: the Battlefords, Saskatchewan or who can contribute to the Metis historystories of informants regarding Treaty Six, treaty perspectives and contemporary issues. There is an interactive game component on the Battlefords is invited to attend a meeting sponsoredwebsite. It was created by Deanne Kasokeo with the Gabriel Dumont Institutehelp of Joseph Naytowhow and Parks Canada in Wed. November 23 at 7:30 at the Fort Battleford. You can contact Darren Prefontain at the Gabriel Dumont Institute in SaskatoonSherron Burns for more information at 1-877-488-6888 or email general @gdi. gdins.org
    Celebrate with jigging and fiddling. Look at
    the beadwork and fingerweaving on this website for more cultural information.Living Sky School Division.
    Canadian Aboriginal Resouces for Teachers and Researchers
    Music Art Dance Culture History Language and Government/Institution pages
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Wednesday, November 30

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