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Tsi Ronterihwanónhnha Language and Cultural Center; they are a resource center for the community of Kanehsatà:ke, promoting, preserving and revitalizing the Kanien'kéha language, culture and history, as well as offering culturally appropriate teaching materials.

First Nations Holistic Learning Model

Project Gutenberg
The Project Gutenberg site boasts being the first and largest collection of free electronic books or e-books. The site includes e-books by James Joyce, Edgar Allan Poe, Charlotte Brontë, and more.

From the website:
"The FNEC is an association of First Nations and communities whose common purpose is to achieve full jurisdiction in education. This will be accomplished through mutual collaboration in providing mandates to the Education Secretariat in assembly to support, promote, inform and defend the interests and actions of members in regards to all matters of education, while respecting our unique cultural identities and common beliefs, and promoting our languages, values and traditions."

Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development Canada

National Aboriginal Achievement Foundation
Information on four initiatives – the Education Scholarship Program, the National Aboriginal Achievement Awards, Blueprint for the Future, and Taking Pulse. Awards more than $2 million annually in scholarships and bursaries to Aboriginal students who are enrolled in post-secondary health programs, health administration , and public health policy.

Canadian Aboriginal Writing Challenge
From the website: "The Dominion Institute is challenging young Aboriginal Canadians across the country to write a short story about a defining moment in Aboriginal history. Students will have the opportunity to win great prizes and be profiled on TV."