ADVANCING RECONCILIATION a FNIM Resource for School Councils

October 28, 2019

A  free resource for schools flying the Inuit, treaty 6, treaty 7, treaty 8, or metis flags.

https://www.albertaschoolcouncils.ca/public/download/documents/57326






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