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The Grade 4 Métis Cross Curricular Unit stresses the blending of the Aboriginal and European cultures to create the unique Métis culture. The lessons examine and study the adaptations the Métis have made throughout history to ensure the survival of Métis people.
The Grade 7 Métis Cross-Curricular Teacher Guide was created to assist teachers in delivering lessons that focus on the Métis people of British Columbia. There are almost 70,000 Métis people in British Columbia and of that over 21,000 are of elementary school age. Métis people settled in B.C. over the last two hundred years and are a large part of the Aboriginal population in British Columbia.
Métis Curriculum portal for Teachers "coming soon"
The MNBC Imagination Library program sends free books to all self-identifying Métis children under the age of five!
The books are sent each month and arrive in the mail with your child's name on it. The books are age-appropriate and include classes such as "The Snowy Day" and "Llama Llama Home with Mama".
Contact us today to begin receiving free books for your child!
The Aboriginal Bursaries Search Tool is a searchable list of more than 750 bursaries, scholarships and incentives across Canada, offered by governments, universities and colleges, private and public companies, individual Canadians, organizations and others.
The majority of bursaries on this list target Aboriginal students but could vary by group such as First Nation, Métis or Inuit. Also, some bursaries are specific to a region, place of residence, a school, or a field of study.
Along with the other scholarships listed, BC Hydro First Nation scholarships and bursaries are available to First Nation students who are residents of B.C. and are enrolled in an accredited full-time post-secondary program. First Nation students in Grade 12 planning to pursue a full-time, accredited post-secondary education within Canada are also eligible to apply.
The BC Aboriginal Student Award was established in 2008 as part of the provincial government's strategy to improve Aboriginal access to and achievement in education. Its purpose is to support Aboriginal people in pursuing post-secondary education by reducing financial barriers.
Closing the Gaps on Métis Education, Employment and Skills
National Aboriginal Achievement Foundation Bursary Application