Indigenous Storytelling Articles


21 Things You May Not Have Known About The Indian Act from Indigenous Corporate Training inc.

The Story of a National Crime by Andrew Nikiforuk. From The Tyee

INDIGENOUS PROTOCOLS dot ART- a space that demonstrates CARFAC’s commitment to supporting First Nations, Inuit, and Métis artists. The materials on this website were designed to provide practical guidelines for respectful engagement with Indigenous Peoples. It is part of an ongoing initiative to strengthen respect for First Nations, Inuit, and Métis visual art and artists, and legal and moral rights in the territory now known as Canada.

Wabano Legacy Series: Nanabush & Creation: Edna Manitowabi tells the story of Nanabush's creation - the first man to touch Mother Earth.

Orillia Museum of Art and History is holding Kanien'kehá:ka painter author and educator D. Ahsén:nase Douglas’ exhibit “We Are Still Here” which will run until April 16, 2022.

Orillia Museum of Art and History’s recording of Dave Town’s presentation of Yellowhead's Revolt which he delivered virtually on January 19 as a part of OMAH’S 2022 History Speakers Series. Here is the Orillia Matters article about the revolt.

Elder Jeff Monague recently published an article that gives a history of the Roundtable on Truth and Reconciliation work.

acimowin – to tell a story from the University of Saskatchewan

IndigiNews Mentorship program: Are you a passionate Indigenous person who loves to write but worries about being good enough to be published? Are you interested in sharing stories of the community you live in? If any of the above sounds familiar to you, we’d like you to consider applying to the IndigiNews Mentorship Program. 
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