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By Gregory Younging (Author)


Elements of Indigenous Style by Greg Younging (Opaskwayak Cree Nation) is a recent guide to writing about Indigenous peoples that provides guidance on appropriate terminology, respecting oral histories, and more. Although the target audience includes … [Click to Read More]

By Jim Parsons (Author), Mariah Schroder (Author)

Curriculum Connections
Social Studies

Tools for Teaching Social Studies is a resource for educators that addresses a wide variety of topics, from finding your teaching style to different ways of using assessment effectively. Many of the topics covered would … [Click to Read More]

By Esi Edugyan (Author)


Esi Edugyan frames a conversation about belonging and identity around her experiences living in various parts of the world and visiting her parents’ home country, Ghana. This short, reflective book explores the concepts presented in … [Click to Read More]

By Adrian Ma (Author)


Although Chinese culture and communities are important parts of the Canadian mosaic, Chinese people’s contributions to Canada’s history are sometimes overlooked. How the Chinese Created Canada makes it easy to include stories about influential Chinese … [Click to Read More]

By Fil Fraser (Author)


How the Blacks Created Canada sheds light on Canada’s history of segregation and discrimination related to Black people. It describes key individuals who impacted Canadian history in a variety of fields, from art to politics … [Click to Read More]

By Larry Donovan (Author), Tom Monto (Author)


Alberta Place Names is an alphabetized reference book of geographical place names in Alberta. Each entry contains a brief description of a location and the origins of its name. Supplementary information is occasionally provided (about … [Click to Read More]