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Canadian educators are being called to action by the TRC, their school boards, and by their students, yet many are left wondering how to respond to these calls. With this in mind, and having been deeply impacted by the Call to Action program at the U of C, Sarah Charlebois crafted a website with the aim of helping educators be better equipped and feel more comfortable teaching students about Indigenous cultures, histories, languages, the importance of treaties, and the legacy of residential schools. Her vision for this website is that it will continue to develop and grow in a collaborative manner as she continues to develop her own reconciliatory goals.

Sarah Beech, CBE teacher

Calgary, Alberta

As a fine arts educator working at W.D. Pratt School, Sarah took on several large-scale learning events including the "Project of Heart" - a school-wide artistic display of student artwork on the topic of Murdered and Missing Indigenous Women and Girls, as well as four drama performances of an original script by Kainai Elder Saa'kokoto (Randy Bottle).

Nian Matoush, Northern Cree School Board

Northern James Bay, Quebec

Melodie Hunt, Siksika Board of Education

Siksika First Nations

Stacey Running Rabbit, Siksika Adult Educator

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Neepin Auger, CBE teacher

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Alyssa Fehr, CBE teacher

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