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    Canada's SchoolNet
    Canada's #1 Aboriginal site! Features 100% original content from across the country PLUS extensive links to hundreds of additional Aboriginal websites across North America. A "must-visit" for educators and students! Updated regularly.
    Cedar Tree: Customs, Preparation, and Uses
      Canada - Western
    Articles from U'mista News - The importance of cedar-bark to our past culture has left us many beautiful treasures from that era. The many beautiful baskets, mats and blankets that were produced for everyday uses, and the regalia that was made for purification ceremonies and the winter ceremonies. The Kwaguitl people are people having a great respect for the mother earth and give thanks to all its creatures great and small that provided life to its people. They had customs and prayers for all that they took from her. Many of those customs are still associated with the activity. The same remains true of the cedar-bark customs.
    Construction of a Traditional Kwakiutl House
    Articles from U'mista News - Secret Societies of the Kwakiutl Indians - Franz Boas. The houses of the Kwakiutl form a square, the sides of which are from 40 to 60 feet long.
    Gabriel Dumont Institute of Native Studies and Applied Research
    The Institute is the only wholly Métis owned and controlled education institution of its kind in Canada. The Institute is responsible for the design, development and delivery of specific educational and cultural programs and services.
    Kahnawake Survival School
    Kanienkehaka Canada - Eastern
    Native Friendship Centre of Montreal
    The Native Friendship Centre of Montreal (NFCM) is a non-profit, non sectarian, autonomous community development agency whose principal mission is to promote, develop and enhance the quality of life of the urban Aboriginal community of Montreal.
    Royal British Columbia Museum
    This site displays over 100 collections from the holdings of Canadian archives, libraries, museums, associations, businesses, labour unions and other organizations.

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