Students will demonstrate an understanding and appreciation of how a community emerged, and of how
the various interactions and cooperation among peoples ensure the continued growth and vitality of the
community. (from Alberta Education)
FICTION:Meg Gallant dreams of performing onstage with her best friend, Nève, in the Acadian Star Competition. However just before the finale of the competition, her Tante Perle whisks Meg away to the time of the tragic Acadian Deportation She has to choose between escaping to her own time and saving a girl who looks remarkably like Nève.
When Ami picks up a rusty old latch, she is taken back in time to the early days of the Acadians.
Hanata loves exploring the land surrounding her prairie home, Everything - from the food she eats to the clothes she wears to the tipi she lives in to the toys she makes - is provided by the innii, or buffalo. When a winter storm cause the buffalo to disappear, Hanata's worst fears come true food dwindles...Hanata has a dream that leads her on a journey in search of a magical stone that can bring back the innii. Gr.1-6
FICTION:When an accident leaves her orphaned,Lizzie's life in the bustling city of London is over forever. And nothing she has ever experienced could ever prepare her for her new home, a whole continent away on a dusty prairie farm in Canada.
A bilingual story in Inuktitut and English, Angutiup ânguanga / Anguti’s Amulet is a story based on an Inuit archaeological site located along the central coast of Labrador that was occupied sometime between AD 1720 and AD
Josepha, an immigrant boy, leaves school to begin working and must say goodbye to his younger friend. Gr.1-3
Depicts family life and activities on the prairies for each month of the year. Gr.K-3