Cree Language Teacher Professional Development Opportunity with facilitator: Dr. Kevin Lewis & hosted by SILAC

Treaty Education Alliance is proud to promote the following Professional Development opportunity being hosted by the Saskatchewan Indigenous Languages Advisory Committee (SILAC):

Cree Language Teacher Professional Development Sessions

Facilitator:  Dr. Kevin Lewis

Who should attend? Anyone teaching the Cree language OR who wants to learn how to better support Cree language teaching and learning.  This is an excellent opportunity to network with Cree language teachers, Cree language resource developers and land-based cultural/language coordinators.

What will you learn about? Cree language teaching methods, resources, and materials

When:  Online using a secure Zoom link. Wednesday, November 16 & Thursday, November 17 at 7 pm – 9 pm (SK time)

Register:  No cost to attend. All participants must complete the Google registration form online –

If you need help to register, please contact Charlotte Ross at or call 306-281-9462. Registration is limited to the first 80 people who register.

We will be offering these sessions monthly for 2022 with different facilitators who are language speakers, land-based cultural teachers and/or language resource developers.

Hosted by the Saskatchewan Indigenous Languages Advisory Committee (SILAC)


This project has been made possible in part by the Government of Canada.

Download the poster – November 2022 poster CREE Language Teacher PD sessions[43]

Download the registration form – November 2022 Cree Language PD registration form[66]


TEA Annual General Meeting – Save the Date: November 24, 2022

Treaty Education Alliance’s Annual General Meeting date has been set for November 24, 2022. The meeting will be held at the Painted Hand Casino in Yorkton, Saskatchewan. Please join us at 5:00PM for a light meal before the presentation of the 2021-2022 TEA Annual Report.

For information please contact Jaclyn at

2021 School Kick-Off – All Are Welcome!

When: August 26, 2021, 9:00am – 3:15pm

Where: Virtually, via Microsoft Teams

Who: Anyone interested in sharing and learning with professional educators


Join us for a day of learning, sharing and networking as we prepare for the 2021 school year! Click the schedule below to download an interactive PDF, with clickable links to each of the available session!


Click here to join the morning session


EVENT: Earth Day is Every Day

Join us on April 22 to celebrate Earth Day, and the launch of our new project!


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Grade 7 – Grade 12





Erin Pippin from The Canadian Wildlife Federation will share about Baby Wildlife in the Spring, and Phillip Brass from Peepeekisis First Nation will share on the importance of Connecting with the Land.