Traditional swing provides therapy for the inner child.” Article by Yvonne Irene Gladue, Alberta Sweetgrass Vol. 9(11), 2002.

Peace of Mind.” Article by Darlene Auger, Synchronicity Issue 84 (August/September) 2007, 26–28.


Cree language releases are part of a larger shift toward Indigenous curriculum content

The Little Women’s Lodge kit is an exciting new resource designed to help children learn about traditional parenting roles and responsibilities. At the same time, they are learning Cree language, story, and singing.

DECOLONIZING THE ACQUISITION OF KNOWLEDGE: Exploring VISION as a method for acquiring knowledge by examining the ‘Vision of Wepison’ and the well-being it has bestowed upon community. Dr. Darlene Auger, 2017

To read Dr. Auger’s dissertation, please request a copy through the contact tab on this website. Thank you!