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Home / Resources / Social Studies / Cultural Practices

Subject: Cultural Practices

L’univers de l’érable

Des outils pédagogiques pour vous accompagner, ainsi qu’un programme de formation complet sur l’érable et une encyclopédie qui dresse le portrait de l’érable à sucre du Québec d’hier à aujourd’hui

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Our Teacher

Coast Salish carver Beau Wagner honors his late teacher’s wish by carving a canoe on Gabriola Island with local elementary school students.Starring Beau Wagner, Patrick Aleck, Antonio Gradanti,Directed by Phillip

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Camas & the Garry Oak Ecosystem

Garry oak ecosystems, once a prominent feature of the pre-contact landscape of Coast Salish territories, were carefully tended gardens and farms growing spe:nxw (camas) as well as other edible and

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I see shxunutun – Dual Language Books

  This  dual language book, two children find mysterious gigantic shx?un?utun (tracks) on the ground and wonder what creature might have made them. The book is available online or as

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