What Do You Have In Your Canoe? Teacher's Manual UNAVAILABLE

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UNAVAILABLE This title is no longer available from the publisher What Do You Have in Your Canoe? Teacher's Manual is part of an educational package developed by the Ojibway Cree Cultural Centre to address the problem of solvent abuse among children. The Teacher's Manual is designed to tackle the problem by beginning with young children at the kindergarten and grade one level. Their non-direct approach is based on positive reinforcement that addresses the self-image and self-esteem of children.

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What Do You Have In Your Canoe? (Colouring Book) UNAVAILABLE

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UNAVAILABLE This title is no longer available from the publisher This colouring book was designed to accompany What Do You Have in Your Canoe? educational kit developed by the Ojibway Cree Cultural Centre. The colouring book is sold separately or as part of the educational kit. This is a resource developed to foster a positive self-image in young Native children living in northern Ontario.

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Trees, Plants and Their Uses (Cree Syllabics) LIMITED QUANTITIES

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UNAVAILABLE This title is no longer available from the publisher Trees, Plants and Their Uses (Cree Syllabics) is a handy reference booklet about common trees and plants in eastern Canada. The Ojibway and Cree Cultural Centre produced this 53-page booklet with the assistance of four elders from the James Bay area. Information included for each tree/plant describe its habitat, size and form, family group, common names, medicinal use and Native uses. The author does not include recipes for herbal plant usage.

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Trees, Plants and Their Uses (English) LIMITED QUANTITIES

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Trees, Plants and Their Uses is a handy reference booklet about common trees and plants in eastern Canada. The Ojibway and Cree Cultural Centre produced this 56-page booklet with the assistance of four elders from the James Bay area. Information included for each tree/plant describe its habitat, size and form, family group, common names, medicinal uses and Native uses. The author does not include recipes for herbal plant usage. Most of the fifteen trees and ten plants described have illustrations (some in colour).

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Native North American Art, paper ed

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Native North American Art is part of the Oxford History of Art Series and this volume sets out to examine and describe the current state of the arts in contemporary Canada and the United States. Berlo and Phillips are two art historians who bring impeccable credentials to the task. The text introduces to readers an appreciation for the richness and diversity of Indigenous arts from its earliest forms to the installations of modern artists.

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More We Get Together, The: A Resource Document for the Ontario Curriculum: Social Studies, Grade 6|Heritage and Citizenship Strand NO LONGER STOCKED

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Limited Quantity The More We Get Together: A Resource Document for the Ontario Curriculum: Social Studies, Grade 6|Heritage and Citizenship Strand was designed especially for the Grade 6 Ontario Curriculum. This resource document provides an excellent introduction to understanding the Cree and Ojibway of Northern Ontario and their interaction with European Explorers from the Native perspective.

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But Life is Changing Volume 2 UNAVAILABLE

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UNAVAILABLE But Life is Changing volume 2 is a collection of personal experience accounts by five Cree elders from the Omushkegowuk area of northern Ontario. The Ojibway and Cree Cultural Centre recorded these oral histories from 1977 to 1993. The original audiotape recordings were translated from Cree into syllabics and later translated into English. The stories are a valuable collection because they provide an insight into Cree lifestyle and worldview. The Cree refer to these stories as advice texts.

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But Life is Changing Volume 1 UNAVAILABLE

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UNAVAILABLE This title is no longer available from the publisher But Life is Changing volume 1 is a collection of personal experience accounts by five Cree elders from the Omushkegowuk area of northern Ontario. The Ojibway and Cree Cultural Centre recorded these oral histories from 1977 to 1993. The original audiotape recordings were translated from Cree into syllabics and later translated into English. The stories are a valuable collection because they provide an insight into Cree lifestyle and worldview. The Cree refer to these stories as advice texts.

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