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Grade: K

Langage inclusif en français

Le français est une langue où le genre est très marqué (masculin/féminin). Il est important de connaître des formes de langage inclusif ou neutre, car elles existent! Trans Care BC

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Coast Salish Meditations and Stories

NLPS is situated on Coast Salish land which include Snaw naw as, Snuneymuxw, and Stz’uminus First Nations. The meditations and stories that are shared reflect the culture of the Coast Salish

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Family Book – shxw’al’uq’wa

Ready to learn simple sentences in Hul?q?umi?n?um?? We are happy to announce the release of the first book in the Hul?q?umi?n?um? Beginner Books series! Each book in the series will

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Body Parts Bingo- hul̓q̓umín̓um̓

Use the online resource in coordination with the printable bingo cards to listen to each word spoken by Hul?q?umi?n?um? teacher George Seymour. The printable cards also include calling cards. Two sets are also

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Michelle Stoney Colouring Pages

Michelle Stoney is a Gitxsan/Cree artist from northern BC who has generously offered to share her artwork with the public.The artwork in the folder below was gathered from her Facebook

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LearnMichif.com

This website is a joint project of the Métis Nation British Columbia and the Métis Youth British Columbia. It was created with funding from the Canadian Culture On-Line Project, a

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Speaking our Truth

Find Speaking Our Truth – A Journey of Reconciliation by Monique Gray Smith on Destiny. Also available in literature circle sets. A fantastic read on Canada’s relationship with Indigenous People

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