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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 Laura Swart (Author)


Cut It Out is a guide to improved writing. Each chapter focuses on one of ten rules to help learners avoid some of the most common sentence errors. The chapters provide explanations, examples, and a … [Click to Read More]

By Cora J. Voyageur (Author)


My Heroes Have Always Been Indians showcases a collection of 100 Indigenous people—past and present—who excel in every field, from business to art and more. A diverse expression of Indigenous excellence, this book features a … [Click to Read More]

By Cheryl Foggo (Author)


In Pourin’ Down Rain, Cheryl Foggo outlines her experience growing up in Calgary as a young Black woman. She discusses the Black experience and racism in Alberta through her family’s own experiences, with an open … [Click to Read More]