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The Foundation would like to acknowledge and thank the following institutions and individuals for their dedication, time and resources in guiding the development of the Aboriginal: Culture and Its Meaning Edukit:

  • Alberta Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development

  • Alberta Law Foundation
  • Centre High
  • Community Mobilization Program, National Crime Prevention Strategy, Department of Justice Canada
  • Glenbow Museum, Art Gallery, Library and Archive
  • Historic Sites and Cultural Facilities Branch, Alberta Community Development, Partner on the Treaty 8 Virtual Exhibit and Alberta How the West Was Young website
  • Industry Canada Canada‚Äôs Digital Collections, Partner on the Alberta How the West Was Young Website
  • Provincial Museum of Alberta, Partner on the Treaty 8 Virtual Exhibit, Virtual Museum of Canada
  • School of Native Studies at the University of Alberta
  • Spirit of the Peace Museums Network, Partner on the Treaty 8 Virtual Exhibit, Virtual Museum of Canada
  • Tim Marriott from Fort Edmonton Park
  • United Church Historical Society and the Eleanor Luxton Foundation, Partner on the Methodist Missionaries in Alberta website
  • Dr. Dale Auger
  • Dr. Shaun Hains B.P.E, B.Ed, M.A., Ph.D.
  • Laura Okemaw
  • Billy Joe Laboucan

The Heritage Community Foundation exists to be a strong public voice for heritage, and to build individual and community identity and pride. For more information, visit http://www.heritagecommunityfdn.org.

 

 

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