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  • Resource Database / Nations Web Sites & Information / Canada

    Resources: 69 listings
    Name and Description Nation Location
    Aboriginal Digital Collections
    This pilot program is a unique opportunity for Aboriginal Canadians to preserve, celebrate and communicate their heritage, languages and contemporary life by developing and accessing materials over the Information Highway.
    More sites on collections.ic.gc.ca
    Aboriginal Human Resource Council of Canada
    The council's vision is to create partnerships resulting in career opportunities for Aboriginal People leading to full participation in the Canadian economy and enhance aboriginal opportunities.
    Aboriginal Links: Canada & U.S.
    More sites on www.bloorstreet.com
    Aboriginal Peoples - Recent Trends
    2001 Census Consultation Guide - The census questions on Aboriginal and First Nation peoples provide information that is used to administer legislation and employment programs under the Indian Act of Canada and the Employment Equity Act.
    Aboriginal Youth Network
    More sites on www.ayn.ca
    Affaires Autochtones . Com
    Wendat-Huron Canada
    Affaires Autochtones - a site in French, from Quebec, including "informations démographiques, économiques, politiques et socioculturelles portant sur chacune des Premières Nations et Inuits du Québec."
    Alberta Native Friendship Centre Association
    Alderville First Nation
    Ojibwe Canada
    A resource and directory of the Alderville's Tradit ionally Handcrafted Cedarstrip and Canvas Canoes, Alderville Administration Office, Health Office, Daycare Centre, Community Centre, Learning Centre
    Anishinabek Nation Website
    Anishinabek Canada - Western
    News, services, education opportunities, and general information about the Anishinabeck Nation in Ontario, Canada.
    More sites on www.anishinabek.ca
    Assembly of First Nations / Assemblee des Premieres Nations
    The Assembly of First Nations (AFN) is the national representative/lobby organization of the First Nations in Canada. There are over 630 First Nation's communities in Canada.
    This site is in English, French, and Spanish.
    Barrie Area Native Advisory Circle
    Benoit First Nation
    MicMac Canada - Eastern
    Web portal of the Benoit First Nation, a Mi'kmaq community of the West Coast of Newfoundland, Canada.
    Bristol Bay Native Association
      US - Alaska
    A service agency dedicated to the betterment of the Native People of the Bristol Bay region.
    Caldwell First Nation
    Chippewa Canada - Eastern
    The Chippewas of Point Pelee and Pelee Island, also known as the Caldwell Band, is the only federally recognized Indian Band in southern Ontario without reserve land of it's own.
    Canada's Native Peoples
    Of the two main regions where sedentary societies developed, the Northwest Coast had by far the highest population because of its rich sea and rain-forest resources. In fact, it was one of the most densely settled areas in the world for non-agricultural peoples. The other region was southern Ontario, where the climate and fertile soil allowed for farming. Across Canada, more than 50 languages were spoken; these have been classified into 12 families, half of which were spoken only in British Columbia. By far the most widespread were (and still are) Cree, in the Algonkian group, and Inuktitut, an Eskaleut language of the Arctic.
    Canadian Metis Council
    Metis Canada
    ~With Rights Comes Responsibility~ The Canadian Métis Council was established in 1997 to further the economic, political, spiritual and cultural aspirations of Canada's Métis people. The Canadian Métis Council is comprised of over 50 community councils and affiliate Métis organizations in every province of Canada.
    Canim Lake Band
    Secwepemc Canada - Western
    Canim Lake Band is apart of the Interior Shuswap Tribe.
    Canim Lake Band 'Tsqescen' - Cariboo Tribal Council
    Shuswap Canada - Western
    The people of Canim Lake and their ancestors are a part of what is known as the Lake Division of the Shuswap Tribe within the Interior Salish Nations in B.C., since time immemorial.
    More sites on www.cariboolinks.com
    Canoe Creek Band - Cariboo Tribal Council
      Canada - Western
    Canoe Creek Band is made up of two communities, Dog Creek which is where the administration office is located and Canoe Creek. Both communities are located in a semi remote area southwest of Williams Lake on the east side of the Fraser River.
    More sites on www.cariboolinks.com
    Chiefs of Ontario
    Algonquin Canada
    Chiefs of Ontario i s a co-ordinating body of one hundred thirty-four First Nation communities within the boundaries of the Province of Ontario.
    More sites on www.chiefs-of-ontario.org
    Communauté de Betsiamites
    Innu Canada - Eastern
    This site explains the life of the Innu community of Betsiamites located on the north shore of the St-Laurent river.
    Confederacy of Mainland Mi'kmaq
    MicMac Canada - Eastern
    The Confederacy of Mainland Mi'kmaq (CMM) is an organization that was formed in 1986 by the Band Councils of six Mainland Nova Scotia First Nations, namely Afton, Acadia, Horton, Millbrook, Pictou Landing and Shubenacadie.
    Cree Nation of Wemindji
    Cree Canada
    Wemindji is beautifully located at the mouth of the Maquatua River along the east coast of James Bay. With a population of 1100 it is one of the nine Cree communities located in remote northern Quebec.
    Curve Lake First Nation
    Anishinaabe Canada - Eastern
    Curve Lake First Nation is home to the Mississauga Ojibway and is located in the Kawartha Region of Ontario.
    Dakota Ojibway Tribal Council
    Anishinaabe Canada
    Canada's First Federally Recognized Tribal Council
    Dene Nation
    Dene Canada - Northern
    The Dene Nation represents the 5 Dene tribes of the Northwest Territories, the Tlicho (Dogrib), Chipewyan, Gwich'in, North Slavey and South Slavey. The site has information about meetings, history, band contact info, links, Health and Environment dept. activites and will soon have Dene Nation promo merchandise available.
    Eskasoni & Mi'kmaq Sites
    MicMac Canada - Eastern
    This site is being preserved as it was on 17 September 2001 as a memorial to the life and work of Eberhard Wenzel.
    More sites on www.ldb.org
    Federation of Saskatchewan Indian Nations
    First Nations Information Project
    A listing of First Nation communities across Canada. Check your listing according to your province/Region and advise us for an update or correction.
    First Nations Information Project - APCIS
    Algonquin Canada
    This section of our Site (APCIS) is intended to assist those persons that wish to find information on First Nations and its peoples. We have attempted to organize links in a manner that will facilitate research and information on various pertinent topics. Our interests are Canadian but, other links are provided where it is felt that they would provide assistance to First Nation Communities.
    Indian Metis Friendship Centre
    Metis Canada - Eastern
    Innu Nation - Mamit Innuat
    Innu Canada - Eastern
    Approximately 16,000 Innu (formerly known as Montagnais or Naskapi) inhabit Nitassinan (eastern Quebec and Labrador). They are based in 13 different communities - Utshimassit, Sheshatshiu, Pakuashipi, La Romaine, Natashquan, Mingan, Uashat, Maliotenam, Betsiamites, Les Escoumins, Mashteuiatsh, Schefferville, and Kawawachikamach. The political realities of two provincial boundaries and the land rights negotiation process have led to the creation of regional political organizations which collectively represent the Innu people of Nitassinan.
    More sites on www.innu.ca
    Inuit Tapirisat of Canada
    Welcome to the Inuit Tapirisat of Canada website. The topics presented on our site will provide you with interesting information about ITC and the Inuit of Canada. We will regularly update our information so that you can stay well informed on issues of current interest.
    Kitsumkalum, a Tsimshian First Nations' community
    Tsimshian Canada - Western
    Kitsumkalum is a village located on the pacific northwest of British Columbia, Canada, and is home to the Tsimshian Nation. This site reflects the life of Kitsumkalum and the history behind this community.
    Kuh-ke-nah Network (K-Net) Portal
    Cree Canada - Northern
    The Keewaytinook Okimakanak (Northern Chiefs) gateway into the remote First Nations across Northwestern Ontario with links to health, education, and a wealth of other information. K-Net supports the development and maintenance of First Nation on-line applications and information sharing.
    More sites on knet.ca
    La nation Waban-Aki Inc.
    Wabanaki Canada - Eastern
    Le Grand Conseil de la nation Waban-Aki Inc., fonde en 1979, est un Conseil de Tribu regroupant les Bandes Abenakises d’Odanak et de Wolinak.
    Le Secretariat aux affaires autochtones
      Canada - Eastern
    Le Secretariat aux affaires autochtones (SAA) est l'organisme qui a la responsabilite premiere d'assurer le lien entre les Autochtones et le gouvernement du Quebec. Depuis 20 ans, le Secretariat travaille avec les organismes amerindiens et inuits afin de leur faciliter l'acces aux divers programmes gouvernementaux et, dans certains cas, d'adapter les activites gouvernementales aux besoins specifiques des Autochtones.
    Maliseet Tobique Reservation
    Membertou Band
    Mi'kmaw Canada - Eastern
    This site provides an indepth overview of the Membertou Band, a community within the Mi'kmaq Nation. Provides information about the community, links, current issues and more.
    Miawpukek First Nations
    MicMac Canada - Eastern
    Our Mission Is To Preserve, Promote And Advance The Culture, Health, Economic, Educational And Social Well -Being Of Our People - Including Our Language, History And Spirituality.
    Ministry of Aboriginal Affairs - British Columbia
      Canada - Western
    More sites on www.aaf.gov.bc.ca
    Mohawks of Kahnawake Official WebSite
    Mohawk Canada - Eastern
    The Mohawks of Kahnawake are members of the Six Nations Iroquois Confederacy or as is common in their Kanienke'haka language, members of the Haudenosaunee "People of the Longhouse". They have existed as a sovereign nation long before the arrival of Columbus and the European settlers (approximately 1300 years). The Mohawks taught the European settlers how to survive the northern climate, how to live off the land and new ways of governing themselves democratically.
    National Association of Friendship Centres - Canada
    Native Council of Nova Scotia
    MicMac Canada
    A wealth of educational material on the rich history and culture of the Mi'kmaq including historic treaties, maps, and recipes. There is also a review of the achievements of the Native Council of Nova Scotia over the past twenty years in serving the large community of off-reserve Aboriginal people.
    Inuit Arctic Circle
    Nunavut is Canada's newest territory, a huge area with an 85%-Inuit population. After decades of negotiation, Inuit won this area as a "their" territory, where Inuit can make decisions about their own government and development while being a part of Canada. This link is a general one, through which one can find government, cultural, business, etc. information and links.
    More sites on www.nunavut.com
    Nuu Chah Nulth Tribal Council
    The Nuu chah nulth Tribal Council represents the chiefs and membership of 14 first nations on the West Coast of Vancouver Island from Brooks Peninsula north of Kyuquot to Sheringham Point south of Port Renfrew. Our member First Nations include: Southern Region - Ditidaht, Huu-ay-aht, Hupacasath, Tseshaht and Uchucklesaht; Central Region - Ahousaht, Hesquiaht, Tla-o-quiaht, Toquaht and Ucluel; Northern Region - Ehattesaht, Ka:'yu:k't'h/Che:k'tles7et'h', Mowachaht/Muchalaht and Nuchatlaht. The N.T.C continues to promote the economic, social, physical and cultural development of its membership. As the first people of this area we are responsible for our own destinies, survival and well being.
    Ouje-Bougoumou Cree community official project at Expo2000 (press release)
    Cree Canada - Northern
    More sites on www.nativeweb.org
    Oujé-Bougoumou Cree Website
    Cree Canada
    More sites on ouje.ca
    Resources for Aboriginal Studies
    More sites on library.usask.ca
    Saddle Lake Cree Nation
    Cree Canada - Western
    Saddle Lake was formed in 1902 by the forced amalgamation of 4 tribes: Onchaminahos - (Chief Little Hunter) Seenum Band - (Chief John Seenum) Blue Quill Band - (Chief Blue Quill) Wasatnow Band - (Chief Bear Ears) Before this amalgamation, these 4 bands were distinct Indian Nations recognized by Canada. These 4 bands had their own locations throughout Central Alberta up until 1884.
    Saskatchewan Indian Cultural Centre
    More sites on www.sicc.sk.ca
    Secwepemc Nation/Shuswap Indians
    Secwepemc Canada
    Siksika Nation
    Siksika Canada
    Siksika Nation- A proud nation helping new generations in to the future through our ancestors.
    More sites on www.treaty7.org
    Sliammon First Nation
    Salish Canada - Western
    Sliammon First Nation Website! Sliammon First Nation is located North of Powell River, on the Sunshine Coast in British Columbia, Canada.
    Snuneymuxw First Nation
    Snuneymuxw First Nation Canada - Western
    The Snuneymuxw First Nation of Nanaimo, British Columbia, with information on the Snuneymuxw Treaty, health, daycare, and education.
    Soda Creek Band, The Xatsu'll First Nation
      Canada - Western
    The Xatsu'll First Nation is a member of the Great Secwepemc Nation, once known as the people of Xatsu'll (on the cliff where the bubbling water comes out). The Xatsu'll First Nation is one of four northern autonomous Secwepemc Nation Bands making up the Cariboo Tribal Council.
    More sites on www.cariboolinks.com
    Songhees Nation
    Salish Canada - Western
    The official website of the Songhees First Nation near Victoria, BC
    The Native Trail
      Canada - Eastern
    "Welcome to the universe of the First Nations and Inuit in Quebec." Tourist information, arts and crafts, business, and other resources and services.
    The Tongva Nation Home Page
      US - West
    Home Page for the Tongva Nation in Southern California. Information and history of the Tongva Nation and contact information with tribal officers. Calendar of events and other links. The Tongva are a California Indian Nation that lives in the Southern California area.
    The Wolastoqewiyik Traditional Council of Tobic (WTCT)
      Canada - Eastern
    The Wolastoqewiyik Traditional Council of Tobic (WTCT) is the traditional governing body of the Wolastoqewiyik Nation. Our people’s Longhouse form of governance goes back thousands of generations and predates the present Indian Act form of governance.
    A directory of First Nations links and resources. Free links, forum.
    Toronto Metis Council
    Metis Canada
    Dedicated to the advancement of all Aboriginal people in the GTA. The independent (TMC) Toronto Métis Council serves as an organizing platform where the local Métis and other interested Aboriginal people can come together, become informed on social policy and initiatives, and contribute to the advancement of the Aboriginal Community within the GTA.
    Treaty One Youth Network & Multimedia Project
    Ojibwe Canada - Western
    Youth designed site. Awareness of treaties, elders teachings, history, and ojibwe language lessons.
    Tyendinaga Mohawk Territory
    Mohawk Canada - Eastern
    Originally referred to as the Mohawk Tract, Tyendinaga Mohawk Territory is located approximately eight miles east of Belleville and approximately 50 miles west of Kingston. Tyendinaga, when translated in English, means "placing the wood together." Of special significance, the name is derived from "Thayendanegea," Captain Joseph Brant's Mohawk name and reflects the belief that "our strength shall be in unity."
    More sites on www.tyendinaga.net
    Walpole Island Potawatomi - First Nation
    Potawatomi Canada - Eastern
    Our present-day community is nestled between Ontario and Michigan at the mouth of the St. Clair River. The modern delta emerged only 6,000 years ago. This place is known to us as Bkejwanong, the-place-where-the waters-divide. It is also known as Walpole Island, named after the "warpoles" which were long wooden starves planted in the ground with the emblems of the First Nations on them. These warpoles were seen by the early visitors. Bkejwanong has been occupied by Aborginal people for thousands of years. It is today home to 3,000.
    Welcome To My World Of The Nisga'a Nation
    Nisga'a Canada - Western
    There is some very interesting stories on this site and it is a very educational site. Worth a visit.
    More sites on www.citytel.net
    Welcome To The Nisga'a People Of The Rainbow Website
    Nisga'a Canada - Western
    Learn about the Nisga'a People Of the Rainbow. Here you will learn about Urban Nisga'a. Learn about the programs and services they provide for their off reserve people.
    Wikwemikong Unceded Indian Reserve No. 26
    Ojibwe Canada
    Wikwemikong is recognized as Canada's only Unceded Indian Reserve, meaning that the Wikwemikong Band has not relinquished title to it's land to the government by treaty or otherwise. "Wikwemikong" translated means "Bay of the Beaver".
    Williams Lake Band - Cariboo Tribal Council
      Canada - Western
    More sites on www.cariboolinks.com

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