Internet Sources: Culture

All of these sites have been created by and with the cooperation of the relevant First Nation, Métis and Inuit peoples.

Anishinaabe

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

Haudenosaunee

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.mbq-tmt.org/ Mohawks of the Bay of Quinte website

Métis

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

Inuit

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.

Other

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.

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I am a high school teacher for the Toronto District School Board, this site is meant for my students to have greater access to what is going on in class and to raise some topics of interest.
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