Historical note:First proclaimed by the Governor General of Canada on 13 June 1996, June 21st of every year has become a day in the Canadian calendar that presents Aboriginal peoples with a great opportunity to express great pride for their rich diverse cultures with their families, neighbours, friends and visitors.
Lesson plan for book written by Brenda J. Child and illustrated by Jonathan Thunder. Designed for Pre-K to Grade 2.
Powwow dancer, Boye Ladd, relates traditional teachings on various topics relating to First Nations culture, including information about the sacred drum, respect for other people and groups, and the right to wear an eagle feather.
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Brief profile of a band, A Tribe Called Red, whose blend of powwow songs with a dance beat has been nominated for a Canadian Polaris Prize.
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From the book The Face Pullers: Photographing Native Canadians, 1871-1939 by Brock Silversides.