Education Links

Information on the history of treaty-making in Canada from the 1700s to the present day. In addition, discover historical material including transcripts of original treaty texts, archival images of treaty signing ceremonies and other resources including selected bibliographies that foster Aboriginal awareness.

Canada's Copyright Act in full.

CMEC has revised its long-standing publication, Copyright Matters!, to provide the education community ― teachers, students, parents, and administrators ― with user‑friendly information on copyright law.

Overview of Canadian copyright law as it pertains to education.

From the CMEC Copyright Information for Teachers Page

40 sets of flash cards with vocabulary and translations.‎

The Cree Literacy Network was created in 2010 to promote Cree language and cultural literacy, through the publication of bilingual books and other literacy materials (in Cree and English) that use Standard Roman Orthography for writing Cree.

A collection of tales from the Dene First Nation and the Cree First Nation in text and audio.

From the CMEC Copyright Information for Teachers web page

‎From the CMEC Copyright Information for Teachers web page

Resources for learning Cree (western dialects), Dene, Saulteaux, Nakota and Ojibwe.

134 Youtube videos modelling phrases in Plains Cree.

First Nations SchoolNet connects First Nations students and schools to the world.

Links to readily available Métis cultural resources.

An Aboriginal lanuage site developed by the Lac La Ronge Indian Band (LLRIB) Curriculum Resource Unit (CRU). The language site’s focal point is on Instructional Curriculum development for Nursery to Grade 9.

A collection of Saskatchewan treaty educational resources.

Information Technology distance training institution based out of La Ronge.

Northern Chapter of the Saskatchewan Reading Council.

Many printable Cree resources in PDF format.

Connecting Canadian literacy and learning organizations, in both official languages, to information, tools, expertise and each other through the use of technology.

Cree language resources and lessons taken from "A Cree Phrase Book" by the Department of Native Studies at Brandon University in Brandon, Manitoba. Text is based on the Cree dialects of Manitoba.

A collection of teacher resources.

Online English to Cree and Cree to English Dictionary. Contains articles from famous Alberta Elders' Cree Dictionary and Cree Words Dictionary.

Kids' version of online English to Cree and Cree to English Dictionary.

Word and phrases with audio, in various languages spoken in Saskatchewan, including Cree, Dene, Nakota, Lakota, Dakota, and Nakawe.

A video streaming service for Saskatchewan teachers and students in the PreK-12 education system. It is managed and maintained by the Saskatchewan Ministry of Education.

The Saskatchewan Aboriginal Literacy Network Inc. exists to work with First Nations, Métis, Inuit, and non-Aboriginal people and communities to promote and support Aboriginal literacy.

Saskatchewan Ministry of Education's online current curricula, core and additional resources

The Saskatchewan Literacy Network promotes and supports literacy in Saskatchewan.

The Saskatchewan Reading Council promotes the development of literacy and the maintenance of quality literacy instruction.

The mission of the Saskatchewan School Library Association is to provide leadership for the development, promotion, and improvement in school libraries in order to enhance student learning. The SSLA offers quality information, insights, and publications into issues pertaining to school libraries.

Represents teachers working from Kindergarten to Grade 12.

The Saskatchewan Teachers’ Federation is the professional organization representing over 12,000 teachers in publicly funded schools in Saskatchewan.

Cree vocabulary sets in Youtube format.