Internet Sources: Health and Physical Education

http://www.hc-sc.gc.ca/fn-an/pubs/fnim-pnim/index-eng.php Canada’s Food Guide for First Nations, Métis and Inuit. Copies are available from the government for free there are versions of the food guide in several Aboriginal languages.  This site includes a PowerPoint presentation.

http://nativetech.org/recipes/ this site includes Aboriginal recipes organized by both type of food and region.

http://www.eatrightontario.ca/en/Articles/Aboriginal-Health/Traditional-Food-for-Aboriginal-People.aspx#.VRxT6_nF-So this site provides a list of traditional foods as well as discusses the benefits of a more traditional diet.

http://www.naho.ca/documents/metiscentre/english/Cookbook_SecondEdition.pdf this is a link to the Métis cookbook and guide to healthy living; lots of great tips and recipes.

http://www.nccahccnsa.ca/docs/social%20determinates/1828_NCCAH_mini_diets_health_final.pdf a more advanced explanation of traditional foods and the health benefits.

http://www.denegames.ca/introduction/index.html this site includes descriptions of different Dene games.

http://jmautihealthphysicaleducation.wikispaces.com/Aboriginal+Games+%26+Activities this is a list of various Aboriginal games and a description of their purpose.

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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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