Parents As Authors Series Traveling Across Canada
As part of the Canadian Language Museum’s traveling exhibits, our books are being featured as part of the “Speaking the Inuit Way” Exhibit that highlights Inuit diversity and language revitilization efforts. To find out more about the Museum’s mandate and exhibition dates click here. The PAA Books are written in English and Inuktitut, and are available for purchase.
TD Bank gives the OICC
a great kickstart
Go Shopping and automatically fundraise for the OICC!
Buy groceries, gas, clothing, and help raise funds for the OICC–automatically! It is all through a progam called FundScrip. You buy your favourite stores’ Gift Cards through FundScrip, OICC’s ID code 3VKC4R, then go shopping! It’s that easy. Call Sherry 613-746-5400, ext. 223. Please, consider fundraising with no donations or additional costs to you. Qujannamiik!!
Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development Canada
Learn Inuit Culture Online!
Welcome to the Inuit Cultural Online Resource, also known as ICOR. This site was created to provide a central location online to learn about Canadian Inuit culture. This site is designed to serve as a resource for Canadian school age children and their teachers. It’s purpose is to offer new a different ways of learning about Inuit culture and what it means to be Inuit.
Come down and spend a night with some of our most treasured Elders. From stories growing up to their perspectives on today and tomorrow, you will always walk away with some new perspective.
Click here for details about previous Elders’ Nights featured at the OICC. Or, for more information contact Lynda at 613-744-3133, x 222.
Resource Lending Library
Are you interested in learning about the Inuit culture? Are you trying to integrate more Inuit cultural into your teaching?
We invite you to visit our Uqausivut Resource Library and see what we have to offer! This lending library is available to parents and educators, Inuit/Aboriginal organizations, key community organizations, and local schools.
Call Lynda, 613-744-3133, ext 222.
We Are Healthy Cookbook
This cookbook is the result of the ‘We Are Healthy’ program, where parents of Inuit children were given easy, cost-effective and fun recipes and physical activity opportunities to encourage healthy life-styles. Now we are able to share with you some of the program’s recipes. Thank you to the Ontario Ministry of Tourism, Culture and Sport – Healthy Communities Fund for their generous funding support.
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