Job Function Action Guides

The Drawdown Labs Job Function Action Guides are practical and shareable resources that highlight specific, high-impact climate actions employees in common corporate professions can take at work. Each guide includes why your role and skills are needed in addressing climate change, tangible actions you can take to make your job a climate job, and key considerations and […]

Decolonization Learning Journey

In response to the Truth and Reconciliation Commission’s Calls to Action, the CSCNS embarked on an organizational learning journey beginning in the fall of 2018. At the completion of that program and through various initiatives since, the CSCNS is steadfast in its commitment to deepening a better understanding of the truth of Canada’s shared history […]

New Brunswick habitats colouring & activity pages

A series of colouring & activity pages created by the Conservation Council of New Brunswick’s Learning Outside project and Marine Program. Each page features a NB habitat with key species named. They are available in English & French or are bi-lingual (English, French).

From Sea to Sea to Sea: Celebrating Indigenous Picture Books

From board books to picture books for older readers, this collection is a selection of 100 of the best books by Indigenous authors, many illustrated by Indigenous artists, published in Canada and currently in print. The titles reflect the diverse First Nations, Métis, and Inuit cultures, languages, perspectives, and experiences from sea to sea to […]

Indigenous Study Guide: An Educator’s Guide to Understanding Indigenous Content in K-12 Classrooms by Annick Press

*Ressource en anglais seulement* Annick Press has been publishing books by and about Indigenous Peoples for over twenty-five years. Ranging from picture books to non-fiction titles to young-adult literature, these books have brought insights, information, and literary connections to and about Indigenous experiences. This study guide is for educators and will introduce Indigenous worldviews, histories, […]

Nature HomeSchool

Nature HomeSchool is a library of diverse resources to help educators, guardians, leaders, and learners connect with nature. Nature Canada’s NatureHood program addresses society’s growing disconnect from nature and breaks down the numerous complex barriers to accessing green space. The goal of NatureHood is to foster an appreciation for nature in Canadian youth so they […]

The True Cost of Coal

The True Cost of Coal is a rhyming storybook from the Beehive Design Collective. Fun and educational for ages 9–99, it also features lessons and activities related to the story’s themes of ecology, colonial history, workers rights, extreme extraction, community organizing, and regenerative futures alongside Beehive Collective graphics designed specifically for coloring on. Alongside intricately detailed […]

Youth Climate Action Guide

The Toronto District School Board (TDSB) Youth Climate Action Guide was developed to assist youth with mobilizing their communities towards equitable climate action. This guide offers resources and strategies to support youth with implementing climate action initiatives that are responsive and sensitive to the needs of their community. The Youth Climate Action Guide was created […]

Mi’kmawey Debert Cultural Centre

*ressource en anglais* The Mi’kmawey Debert Cultural Centre (MDCC) project is a charitable, not-for-profit First Nations organization, mandated by all thirteen Nova Scotia Mi’kmaw Chiefs. The project is administered through The Confederacy of Mainland Mi’kmaq, a First Nation tribal council.   The Mi’kmawe’l Tan Teli-kina’muemk: Teaching about the Mi’kmaq resource was designed for anyone who teaches […]