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Our Smallest Warriors, Our Strongest Medicine – Overcoming COVID-19

“Our Smallest Warriors, Our Strongest Medicine – Overcoming COVID-19” is a book written for Indigenous (American Indian, Alaska Native, First Nations, Métis, and Inuit) children affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. “Our Smallest Warriors, Our Strongest Medicine – Overcoming COVID-19” should be read by a parent, caregiver, or teacher alongside a child, or a small group […]

Therapy Through Art for Anxiety

In the psychology community, therapy through art continues to gain traction for outstanding results and benefits, all backed by valid and reliable research. In Indigenous communities, it has always been known that art, in several unique forms, can be a way of healing. To top it off, some exercises are so simple they don’t require […]

Congratulations 2020 Graduates!

The TEA would like to wish a heartfelt congratulations to all 2020 graduates. We know this is not the environment in which you expected to graduate, but we are extremely proud of your accomplishments and look forward to watching you continue to grow into Nation Builders of the future. Below is a list of graduates […]

Psychological First Aid For Schools: Listen, Connect & Protect Model

The American Psychiatric Association acknowledged in 1954 that there is a need to intervene when individuals experience stress caused by environmental reasons. Today, research supports the idea that immediate, concise, and focused intervention can decrease the social and emotional distress after a traumatic event. This is done by inaugurating the feelings of physical and emotional […]

Job Opportunity: Middle Years Teacher

The White Bear First Nations is seeking one enthusiastic individual with a strong commitment for First Nations Education, to fill the position of Middle School Teacher. To learn more about this exciting position please go to www.educationcanada.com to view the full job advertisement. Search Employer: White Bear Education Complex We thank all applicants for their […]

COVID-19 Bulletin to First Nations in Saskatchewan

As with any other communicable disease in First Nations communities in Saskatchewan, public health follow-up and management of COVID-19 cases and contacts is coordinated by Indigenous Services Canada for south and central First Nations communities and by the Northern Inter-tribal Health Authority (NITHA) for the northern First Nations communities. Click here to view the full […]