Browse Stories


WalterCallingbull.mp4
Community: 
Edmonton Public Library
Category: 
Personal Stories, Education, Reconciliation, Traditional Knowledge, Language, Way of Life, Skills, Teachings / Stories
Summary: 
To heal is to grow. Discovering my roots.
MCC_720p_High.mp4
Community: 
Michif Cultural Connections
Category: 
Arts & Recreation, Education, History, Reconciliation, Traditional Knowledge, Skills
Summary: 
Moccasin making class taught by instructor Krista Leddy. Also words from Sharon Morin in regards to the Métis culture, history and what we offer at Michif Cultural Connections.
MMIWMusic_720p_VoAReady.mp4
Community: 
Edmonton Public Library
Category: 
Arts & Recreation, Current Issues, Education, Reconciliation
Summary: 
Elementary school students learn about the National Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls through music
MMIWVisualArt_720P_VoAReady.mp4
Community: 
Edmonton Public Library
Category: 
Arts & Recreation, Current Issues, Reconciliation
Summary: 
High school students learn about the National Inquiry into Missing & Murdered Indigenous Women & Girls through the creation of visual art.
KindergartenElderVisit_720P_VoAReady.mp4
Community: 
Edmonton Public Library
Category: 
Personal Stories, Current Issues, Reconciliation, Teachings / Stories
Summary: 
Kindergarten students learn about family through Elder Theresa Strawberry's stories
AmberP_1080P_Youtube.mp4
Community: 
Edmonton Public Library
Category: 
Personal Stories, Education, History, Place and Territory, Reconciliation, Rights, Laws and Treaty
Summary: 
A brief history of the Michel Callihoo reserve disbanded in the 1950s and their aspirations for the future.
Community: 
Edmonton Public Library
Category: 
Personal Stories, Current Issues, Education, History, Reconciliation
Summary: 
This is my story about sexual abuse at Grollier Hall residential school, my struggle and my healing journey.
ImagineACanada_1080P.mp4
Community: 
Edmonton Public Library
Category: 
Arts & Recreation, Reconciliation
Summary: 
Through a national contest students from across Alberta were invited to create a work of art representing what Reconciliation means to them. Winners were invited to an event with Alberta's Lieutenant Governor where they shared their artwork and discussed.
Map-of-Area-Surrendered.jpg
Community: 
Edmonton Public Library
Category: 
History, Place and Territory, Reconciliation, Rights, Laws and Treaty, Traditional Knowledge
Summary: 
Much of the booming Westside of the City of Edmonton sits upon 6300 acres of former Indian Reserve.
First Meeting MJ BElcourt Moses 2.jpg
Community: 
The First Meetings Project
Category: 
Arts & Recreation, Education, History, Reconciliation, Traditional Knowledge, Teachings / Stories
Summary: 
This project includes the research and re-creation of the First Meetings between Alberta’s First Nations people and the French Voyageurs along the setting of Edmonton’s River Valley.