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For the Life of the World: The Missionary Oblates
This site explores the 19th century French missionary order that still serves in First Nations' communities in Western and Northern Canada. Through three small virtual exhibits find out about the vocation of these early missionaries.

Francophone Edmonton Online – Edmonton’s Francophone Heritage
The French presence in what became Alberta goes back to the earliest period of the fur trade. Edmonton was the heart of that presence. This website documents and explores Edmonton’s unique, historic role as Western Canada’s second-largest Francophone city (next to Saint-Boniface, Manitoba). Discover Francophone Edmonton through the pages of this dynamic website.

Francophone Edukit
The Francophone culture continues to thrive in communities across Alberta, and this Edukit explores the history of Francophones across the prairie province. Students are invited to learn more about the French-speaking community through a number of interactive and educational features, which include a crossword puzzle, quiz, and word search. The Student Zone also features pictures, descriptive text, and a glossary to aid in learning.

Grant MacEwan’s Prairie West
Grant MacEwan’s Prairie West is a content-rich website that explores his life and accomplishments through text, images, and video. Grant MacEwan was one of the most respected Western Canadians of the twentieth century. He was an agriculturalist, educator, mayor of Calgary, Lieutenant-Governor of Alberta, historian, lecturer, and an author of nearly fifty books. This unique website will provide visitors with an in-depth summary of Grant MacEwan’s life and an analysis of some his most important literary works. In addition, over 25 Feature Articles written by Grant MacEwan appear throughout the website.

Health and Wellness Edukit
The Elementary section of the Health and Wellness Edukit provides focus upon traditional Aboriginal medical knowledge, which came from detailed knowledge of the world around them. The Secondary section gives an overview of the residential schools imposed as a tool for cultural manipulation. Two additional topics are the processes and activities to support social, cultural, and emotional health in traditional First Nations and the emergent Métis nation. Included are resource selections, biographies, glossary, timelines, visual resources, and activities. The Teacher Zone provides background material and possible instructional activities linked to the current Alberta Social Studies Program.

Heritage of the Mighty Peace
Did you know that the Peace River region has a rich cultural heritage that dates back 11,500 years? This website will guide you through the diverse history of this area by presenting the stories of the earliest inhabitants who helped shape it – including the First Peoples, fur traders, the Métis, and missionaries – to the creation of settlements and industry, such as the establishment of the Peace River community and the building of the Alaska Highway.

Provides a brief background of World War II, reasons and causes. Also explains what topics will be covered in the Homefront in Alberta Web site.

Language and Culture Edukit
Today, many Aboriginal children do not communicate in their first languages. In some communities, it is only the Elders who speak the language. Recognizing the critical importance of Aboriginal Languages, the Aboriginal Language and Culture Edukit emphasizes the importance of language to culture and traditional education.

Latino Canadians Edukit
The resources in this Edukit will help you to understand the environment, how people live in that environment and how the history and culture of the people shows what is important to them.

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