Native-Land.ca is a resource to help North Americans learn more about their local history. This site allows you to search Indigenous cultures and tribal
lands near a specific area or select information by territories, languages, and or treaties. This map does not represent a specific time period, make territorial
claims, or serve as an academic source.
90% of all AI/AN students attend regular public schools and about 8% attend schools administered by the Bureau of Indian Affairs
“I want our youth to understand the importance of respecting, honoring, and learning from our elders. Our elders are the foundation of who we are, and in order to keep our culture, language, values, and traditions alive, we all must learn to do this.”