Internet Sources: The Arts

http://lawrencepaulyuxweluptun.com/ this is the personal web page for artist Lawrence Paul Yuxweluptun

http://epe.lac-bac.gc.ca/100/205/301/ic/cdc/cape_dorset/index1.html this site links the graphic work of some of the famous artists from the community of Cape Dorset with the memories, myths and legends of elders from the community of Igloolik.

http://mcmichael.com/learning/teachers.cfm this site contains an online emusem which allows educators to access images of prominent FNMI artists

http://www.tshinanu.tv/en/ this site includes a variety of short videos on a variety of FNMI topics, everything including the videos are in French

http://www.aboriginalpeopleschoice.com/home you can find a list of FNMI musicians and samples of some of their music

http://www.reverbnation.com/reddnation Red Nation is one of Canada’s top hip hop groups, this is their webpage

http://music.cbc.ca/#!/genres/aboriginal Aboriginal articles, artists and programs on the CBC

http://www.native-dance.ca/ this site includes examples of dances from many FNMI cultures from across Canada.  It also includes teacher curriculum resources.

http://www.native-drums.ca/ this site explores Aboriginal music, culture, philosophies, and traditions using the Drum as a central theme.  Native Drums is organized thematically with regional units, in-depth interviews, articles for students, and downloadable resource kits for teachers.

http://www.ohwejagehka.com/ this site provides many examples of songs and descriptions of dances in the Haudenosaunee/Iroquois tradition

The following 3 links are all about indigenous journalist, advocate, and musician Wab Kinew: http://nsb.com/speakers/wabkinew/

https://www.facebook.com/WabKinew/notes

http://learnteachlead.ca/wp-content/uploads/2014/09/Wab-Kinew-transcripts.pdf

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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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