Eagle Feather News, vol. 15, no. 6, June 2012, pp. B-3
Comments on Simon Bird, fourth Vice-Chief of the Federation of Saskatchewan Indian Nations, who broke protocol by speaking to Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall out of turn.
Article located by scrolling to page B-3.
Examines issues related to quality education for First Nations learners; factors which are associated with First Nations control and jurisdiction; overview of how First Nations are looking to build their governments; provisions for education in their treaties; and education provisions in modern day treaties.
Editorial: Jordan's Principle Public Service Announcement in American Sign Language
Jordan's Principle Puts Children First!
Articles » Scholarly, peer reviewed
First Nations Child & Family Caring Society of Canada
First Peoples Child & Family Review, vol. 13, no. 2, Special Audiovisual Edition, 2018, p. 
Links to a short video which provides information on a legal rule (named for Jordan River Anderson) which attempts to ensure that services are available to First Nations children when they are needed.
Classroom version of documentary about Shannen's Dream, a campaign for on-reserve access to the same educational opportunities and facilities as other Canadian children.
Contends that government political will and First Nations political action are required to ensure Indigenous children have access to education that prepares them for living lives strong in cultural and spiritual identity.
Windspeaker, vol. 21, no. 11, February 2004, p. 26
Historical overview of First Nations treaty signatory, Ahtahkakoop, who as part of his strategy to ensure future generations’ success, adopted the white man’s religion, education and agricultural pursuits.
[Indigenous Knowledge Seminar Series, University of Manitoba]
Media » Film and Video
Chair of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission speaks about background, mandate and approach of Commission. Also explains the history of governments' attempts to eradicate Aboriginal culture by forced assimilation of children through the residential school system.
Describes environmental scan undertaken to develop programing to bring public awareness to Indigenous education by examining barriers, success factors and engagement and responsibility for reconciliation.
Recommends that Federal government remove funding cap for post-secondary students, develop a plan to extend non-repayable student financial assistance to Métis and Non-status First Nations, and continue support for Aboriginal controlled education.
File contains an individual presentation by Marvin Assinewai relating to Aboriginal post-secondary education. He recommends that the Canadian government recognize that all levels of education is an Aboriginal and treaty right, and that funding for post-secondary education increase so that each First Nation community could establish their own post-secondary policy. Following the presentation is a question-and-answer session with the Commissioners.
File contains a presentation by Garry Standing, a post-secondary student from the Wahpeton Dakota Nation. Standing describes himself as someone who has spent his entire life on reserve until the September before the Commission. The purpose of his presentation is to relay his "experiences from the last eight or nine months. Some of them have been positive and some of them have been negative." He discusses attending the University of Regina, but having to withdraw due to financing changes in Indian Affairs policy. He complains of paternalism and condescension in the approach of Indian Affairs.