In Alberta, the week surrounding November 16 is known as Métis Week. Access new resources and Métis Community and Education events being hosted during Métis Week.
National Day for Truth and Reconciliation
September 30, also known as Orange Shirt Day, is the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation. Discover resources to learn about and honour those who were taken to residential schools and their families.
A collaboration between Métis Elder Angie Crerar, co-author Jude D. Daniels, Canadian artist Lewis Lavoie, Rupertsland Institute and Werklund School of Education, this educational resource acknowledges, highlights and shares Métis residential school survivor experiences.
National Indigenous Peoples Month
June is National Indigenous Peoples Month! Access new activities that teach, celebrate and honour Métis people, culture and contributions.
Augmented Reality App!
Learn more about Métis in Alberta with an interactive app!
Digital stories are classroom learning resources of oral histories shared by storytellers from Fishing Lake Métis Settlement.
Read-alouds are Métis authored literature narrated by staff at Rupertsland and/or Métis citizens. Métis storytelling is important for a glimpse into the past and present Métis way of life.
A collection of inspiring educational resources about Métis culture.
Métis Land Scrip in Alberta
Discover what Métis Land Scrip was and its impact on the lives of Métis people and Canadian history.
Printables & On-screen Activities
Discover educational resources that can be used by educators and/or parents to facilitate the teaching of the five Métis themes that relate to Métis identity.
Métis Education Resources - Email List
If you would like to receive emails with more information about all the Métis Education resources that Rupertsland Institute provides.