• 3d printed artifacts

    Aboriginal Education and Technology Services have a close working relationship. In the image below Local Area Network Specialist JP Wood is printing a Raven skull. He is working with Diane Barclay on other items to print. Several artifacts in the library are delicate so a 3d reproduction will allow students to touch and feel and […]

  • 2016 Handgames Tournament

    This traditional game was fun for the students participating! The Annual Handgames Tournament includes elementary students. This year’s was held at the Pomeroy Sports Centre.

  • Art!

    Students Presenting their Art at the Treaty 8 Youth and Elders forum. Art with Alex Janvier–1 of the Aboriginal 7.

  • Ignite Our Spirits

    Ignite Our Spirits featured Teddy Anderson, an internationally-known hoop dancer. He has performed in many different countries. In addition to being a hoop dancer, he is also a motivational speaker. Other talents showcased were the Spirit of the Peace dancers, the hip-hop group Legacy One, Metis entertainer Bev Lambert, and many more.  

  • 2015 Handgames Tournament

    This year’s Handgames winners were the students from Upper Pine! Ecole Central got second place. The students had fun participating, and this is what they had to say about the Tournament: What did you like best about the handgames? How there was lots of different games It was fun Seeing familiar faces The Subway food […]

  • Aboriginal Education at the ELC!

    Traveling Museum was held at the Energetic Learning Campus, where students got to experience and learn about Aboriginal Culture. They got to play the traditional Handgames as well. These activities were in time with their Métis unit for Social Studies. Pat Jensen served as a tour guide for a group of ELC students on their […]

  • Enhancement Agreement Celebration

    This event was celebrated in time with National Aboriginal Day. It celebrated Aboriginal culture with performances from Spirit of the Peace Dancers and Drummers. There were also Cultural Stations where the students of Robert Ogilive learned about Hand Games, Hunting and Trapping, and many more.