Official website of APTN, a national TV network in Canada, where programming is dedicated to First Nations, Inuit and Metis peoples, including documentaries, news, drama, education and entertainment. Some programs are in Indigenous languages including Cree, Dene and Inuktitut with occasional use of subtitles and French.
Short documentary about Charles "Checker" Tomkins, a Métis from Grouard, Alberta, and his service during his attachment to the U.S. Air Force in World War II.
Links to pages for Sylix, Salteaux, Anishinabemowin (Algonquin), Cree, and Inuktitut languages, and Every Child Matters.
Discusses the importance of land, changes to medicine and plants; water, ice, and travel; wildlife; and reconnecting with the land. Gives a list Cree words associated with each topic. Forms part of the Climate Change Adaptation Planning Toolkit for Indigenous Communities.
Story about a little Cree girl who helps her grandfather regain his language after he tells her about his experience of residential school, separation from his family and culture and loss of language.
Suitable for use with students aged 9-13 (Grades 4-7) who have completed three or more years of Cree language instruction.
Recipes in Cree and English.
Story inspired by the discovery of the remains of young woman who lived during the 1600s, at time where there had yet to be contact with Europeans.