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Every Child Matters

Every Child Matters is an event organized by the National Centre for Truth and Reconciliation for schools across Canada for students in grades 5, 12 and/or Secondary 5.  

Teachers, in preparation for this virtual classroom event, you can download the Wapikoni Teaching Guide: An introduction to the diversity of Indigenous cultures in Canada. You will also find a film suggestion selected especially for the event. 

Suggested films
*** The passwords for the suggested films below are available in the appendix of the Wapikoni Teaching Guide: An introduction to the diversity of Indigenous cultures in Canada ***
L'enfance déracinée (Uprooted Generation) directed by Réal Junior Leblanc
Among the forest directed by Oqim Nicholas
Zuya (The Journey) directed by Ariel Waskewitch
Traditional Healing directed by Raymond Caplin
Katatjatuuk Kangirsumi (Throat Singing in Kangirsuk) directed by Eva KaukaiManon Chamberland
I am Me directed by Jazmine Smith