All of these sites have been created by and with the cooperation of the relevant First Nation, Métis and Inuit peoples.
http://www.thealgonquinway.ca/ presents cultural information about the Algonquin people.
http://tanakiwin.com/wp-system/uploads/2013/10/a-History-of-the-Algonquins.pdf gives acultural and historical overview of the Algonquin or the Ottawa River drainage basin
http://www.haudenosauneeconfederacy.com/ gives information about the constitutional arrangement of the Haudenosaunee (Iroquois) Confederacy.
http://www.ohwejagehka.com/songs/ provides information about Iroquois songs and dances
http://www.pathoftheelders.com/index.php this site provides cultural and historical information as well as a treaty 9 game that students can play online.
http://www.mbq-tmt.org/ Mohawks of the Bay of Quinte website
http://www.metismuseum.ca/ A cultural and historical site with information about the Métis people
http://www.metisnation.org/ The Métis Nation of Ontario website, with lots of up-to-date news and cultural information. You can also order the Métis Education Kit
http://pauktuutit.ca/ Inuit women of Canada site, which includes a large amount of current information and resources pertaining to issues of importance in the community
http://www.unipka.ca/ this site is dedicated to traditional Inuit stories centered on the great shaman-hero Kiviuq.
http://www.virtualmuseum.ca/home/ this site has exhibitions on Different FNMI groups and people. The exhibits do change from time to time, so visit regularly
http://www.glenbow.org/exhibitions/online/index.cfm there are a variety of online exhibitions particularly about the Blackfoot of Alberta
http://www.fourdirectionsteachings.com/ This is a visually stunning audio narrated resource for learning about indigenous knowledge and philosophy from the Mi’kmaw, Mohawks, Blackfoot, Cree and Ojibwe people.