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St. Albert Public Library sits on Treaty 6 territory, traditional lands of First Nations and Métis peoples, near the sites of the Youville and Poundmaker residential schools. The library provides a number of resources and programs to learn the history and current experiences of Indigenous people in Canada.

Voices of the LandVoices of the Land is a space that supports the community to create, share, discover and celebrate local Indigenous content online. It is guided by the values of ongoing consultation and collaboration with Indigenous communities in the spirit of reconciliation, dialogue and learning.

Indigenous Canada Learning Circle series

Have you considered registering for the University of Alberta’s Indigenous Canada Massive Open Online Course (MOOC)? This widely acclaimed and locally developed course led by Indigenous Scholars, Dr. Tracy Bear and Dr. Paul L. Gareau is well known for its unique ability to teach the history of what we now call Canada with an Indigenous world view. Join us for a bi weekly series where we discuss course content, learn from others and make friends on a shared journey to reconciliation.