Office of the Treaty Commissioner. (2005). Allen Sapp's art: Through the eyes of the Cree and beyond. Saskatoon, SK: Office of the Treaty Commissioner.
Office of the Treaty Commissioner (Ed.). (2008). The First Nations struggle to be recognized: A treaty resource guide for grade 5 [PDF]. Retrieved from http://www.otc.ca/public/uploads/resource_photo/Grade_5_TFNSBR.pdf
Office of the Treaty Commissioner (Ed.). (2008). The Indian Act of 1876 was not part of treaty [PDF]. Retrieved from http://www.otc.ca/public/uploads/resource_photo/Grade_4_TIAOEWNPOT.pdf
Indian and Northern Affairs Canada. (2010). The learning circle: Classroom activities on First Nations in Canada ages 8-11. Ottawa, ON: Indian and Northern Affairs Canada.
Indian and Northern Affairs Canada. (2010). The learning circle: Classroom activities on First Nations in Canada ages 12-14. Ottawa, ON: Indian and Northern Affairs Canada.
The Life of Helen Betty Osborne: A Graphic Novel
Helen Betty Osborne dreamed of becoming a teacher. Sadly, her dream never came true. Helen left her home in Norway House, Manitoba, to attend Guy Hill Residential School in 1969. In September 1971, she entered Margaret Barbour Collegiate in The Pas, Manitoba. Two months later, on November 13, 1971, she was brutally murdered by four young, white men. Years later, the Aboriginal Justice Inquiry concluded that her murder was the result of racism, sexism, and indifference. The Life of Helen Betty Osborne is a graphic novel about Betty’s life up to that tragic November day. Her story is told by a young boy named Daniel. The events in Betty’s story are true. The events in Daniel’s story represent our ability to change, learn, and grow.
Robertson, D., & Blackstone, M. (2008). The life of Helen Betty Osborne: A graphic novel. Winnipeg, MB: In a Bind.
Office of the Treaty Commissioner. (2008). Revival of the treaty relationship, living in harmony: A treaty resource guide for grade 6 [PDF]. Retrieved from http://otctreatyteachermt.wikispaces.com/file/view/Classroom%20Treaty-Grade%201.pdf/134070137/Classroom%20Treaty-Grade%201.pdf
Sugar Falls: A Residential School Story
A school assignment to interview a residential school survivor leads Daniel to Betsy, his friend's grandmother, who tells him her story. Abandoned as a young child, Betsy was soon adopted into a loving family. A few short years later, at the age of 8, everything changed. Betsy was taken away to a residential school. There she was forced to endure abuse and indignity, but Betsy recalled the words her father spoke to her at Sugar Falls — words that gave her the resilience, strength, and determination to survive (Publisher).
Robertson, D., & Henderson, S. B. (2011). Sugar Falls: A residential school story. Winnipeg, MB: HighWater Press.
Treaty Essential Learnings: We Are All Treaty People
The Treaty Essential Learnings document is a reference guide to understanding the foundational aspects of the “Teaching Treaties in the Classroom” program. The Treaty Essential Learnings are those topics, concepts and understandings of treaties and the treaty relationship that students should be expected to know by the end of Grade 12
Office of the Treaty Commissioner. (2008). Treaty essential learnings: We are all treaty people. Retrieved from http://www.otc.ca/public/uploads/resource_photo/TELS.pdf
Office of the Treaty Commissioner. (2005). Building Harmony [Video file]. Retrieved from https://vimeo.com/98661860
A Solemn Undertaking: The Five Treaties of Saskatchewan
Office of the Treaty Commissioner (Producer). (1999). A solemn undertaking: The five treaties of Saskatchewan. On Treaty video library vol. 1. Canada: Office of the Treaty Commissioner. (1999). Retrieved July 2, 2018 from https://vimeo.com/98661857
Treaties as a Bridge to the Future
Office of the Treaty Commissioner. (2008). Treaties as a bridge to the future [Video file]. Retrieved from https://vimeo.com/98661861
Aboriginal Perspectives Unit Guide for the Theme Colonialism and Racism
The Seventh Generation: Native Students Speak about Finding the Good Path
Bergstrom, A., Cleary, L. M., & Peacock, T. D. (2003). The seventh generation: Native students speak about finding the good path. Retrieved May 18, 2018, from https://files.eric.ed.gov/fulltext/ED472385.pdf
A Timeline of Events Leading to Treaties in Saskatchewan
Office of the Treaty Commissioner. (2008, July 2). A timeline of events leading to treaties in Saskatchewan [Chart]. Retrieved from http://www.otc.ca/public/uploads/resource_photo/Timeline_of_Events_Leading_UTTIS.pdf
Walking on the Land of Our Ancestors
Tenning, A. (2010, March 17). Walking on the lands of our ancestors. Retrieved July 2, 2018, from Canada's History website: http://www.canadashistory.ca/education/lesson-plans/walking-on-the-lands-of-our-ancestors