Price, R. (1991). Legacy: Indian treaty relationships. Edmonton, AB: Plains Publisher.
Office of the Treaty Commissioner (2002). Teaching Treaties in the Classroom Grades 7-12. Saskatoon, SK: Office of the Treaty Commissioner.
Treaty Elders of Saskatchewan: Our Dream Is That Our People Will One Day Be Recognized As Nations.
Treaty Elders of Saskatchewan brings together the voices many Saskatchewan elders to provide a truly Indigenous perspective on treaties and treaty rights. The result of a number of Treaty Elders forums, this is a readable and highly informative book that places the voices of Indigenous Elders first. The comments recorded here provide a wealth of context and understanding for wide-ranging topics ranging from conceptions of the land, living together, scared promises to one another, and evolving interpretations of Treaty Rights. (Publisher)
Cardinal, H. & Hildebrandt, W. (2000). Treaty Elders of Saskatchewan: Our Dream is That Our People Will One Day Be Recognized as Nations. Calgary, AB: University of Calgary 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. Saskatoon, SK: Office of the Treaty Commissioner.
Office of the Treaty Commissioner. A Solemn Undertaking: The Five Treaties of Saskatchewan. Retrieved from http://www.otc.ca/videos/category/a_solemn_undertaking.html
Departmentof Justice Canada. Introduction to the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms. Retrieved from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UX99jxbAhHQ
BC Treaty Commission. Nisga'a Dancing in Both Worlds. Retrievied from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=whDXkZsykPc
Office of the Treaty Commissioner. The First Nations of Saskatchewan (Language/Dialect Groups). Retrieved from http://www.otc.ca/public/uploads/resource_photo/SK_FN_and_Dialects(1).pdf
Office of the Treaty Commissioner. Treaty Boundaries, Location of First Nations and Treaty Sites in Saskatchewan. Retrieved from http://www.otc.ca/public/uploads/resource_photo/treatymap_large.pdf