Indigenous Inclusion


It's Our Time: First Nations Education Tool Kit Teacher's Guide (National and Manitoba) DRAFT

The Assembly of First Nations (AFN) developed the It's Our Time: First Nations Education Tool Kit Teacher's Guide to promote and enhance First Nations student success by preparing and collecting relevant resources for schools, teachers, facilitators, and other community stakeholders. The resource will also help to increase understanding of First Nations history and culture among Indigenous and non-Indigenous peoples by providing relevant tools and resources. The school-based aspects of the resource complement both First Nations and provincial curricula, and offer a teacher-friendly resource that can be used in creative and flexible ways.

Creating Racism-Free Schools through Critical/Courageous Conversations on Race

This support document is aimed at promoting school divisions, schools, teachers, parents, and students to undertake critical and courageous conversations on racism to create inclusive and equitable classrooms and schools for First Nation Métis Inuit students and all students.

Critical/Courageous Conversations on Race: What your child is learning at school and how you can help

This support document provides a vision of how parents and grandparents can help prepare their children to meet the challenges of an increasingly diverse society while creating local and international communities characterized by diversity, justice and equality.

Indigenous Academic Achievement Grant

The Indigenous Academic Achievement Grant is provided to assist school divisions with current programming on the implementation of new programs that target academic success for Indigenous students.

Smudging Protocol and Guidelines 2019

Smudging is a tradition, common to many First Nations, which involves the burning of one or more medicines gathered from the earth. The four sacred medicines used in First Nations’ ceremonies are tobacco, sage, cedar and sweetgrass. The most common medicines used in a smudge are sweetgrass, sage and cedar.

Profiles of Aboriginal Educators: Footprints for the Future

This is a resource document for communities and schools to use to promote education as a career choice.

Aboriginal Educators' Poster Series

This four-poster series was developed to encourage students to become an Educator.

Indigenous Organizations in Manitoba

A Directory of Groups and Programs Organized by or for First Nations, Inuit and Métis People.

Aboriginal Teacher's Questionnaire Reports

The Aboriginal Teachers’ Questionnaire continues to support Manitoba’s commitment to improve the research base for Aboriginal education by establishing baseline information on the number and location of Aboriginal teachers in Manitoba.