Five things to know about bilingual Indigenous education

Five things to know about bilingual Indigenous education

Research tells us that bilingual education is the best possible education, but Canadian census results, and parents’ experiences, suggest that some Indigenous children educated in an Indigenous language are struggling. For example, education in Inuktut is a right that some Inuit parents, and governments, are giving up, and I understand. We want children to succeed […]

Drawing on rich traditions to nourish our children

Drawing on rich traditions to nourish our children

Indigenous peoples are “Inuwak,” Peoples of the Land. We have a spiritual relationship with our mother earth; our food is from the land and is intrinsically related to our cultural and spiritual way of life. Food not only nourishes us physically, it impacts our mental attitude and is an essential part of many of our […]