Educational Resources

The Caring Society aims to identify quality resources to individuals everywhere. Below are a list of resources for youth, students, educators and families to incorporate into their studies and everyday life. Ranging from Early Childhood to Post-Secondary our selection of books, films, educational programs and toolkits will surely be a good start for those seeking to get a better understanding of Indigenous children and their families. 

 

* We are currently in the process of compiling this information in French * 

Resources by Age Group

Post-Secondary

Senior Grades (14-18)

Junior Grades (12-14)

  • Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada: Calls to Action
    Published by: Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada
    Year Published: 2015
    Auteur:
    Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada
    In order to redress the legacy of the residential schools and advance the process of Canadian reconciliation, the Truth and Reconciliation Commission...
    Thème: Basic needs - water, housing, food security | Child & youth engagement | Child rights | Child welfare | Equality/equity | First Nations | Human rights | Indian Residential Schools | Indigenous | Inuit | Jordan's Principle | Social justice | Truth and Reconciliation Commission
    Junior Grades (12-14)

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