Indigenous Peoples Atlas of Canada
- Teacher’s guide
- Hard copies of all learning activities
- All required materials for learning activities (download activities below)
10.7m (35.1’) x 7.9m (25.92’)
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However, you can still download the activities and use the tiled map associated with this Giant Floor Map (see below).
This map shows the locations of Indigenous communities, residential schools, reserves and more. Rather than political borders, Canada is broken up into Indigenous language groups.
This resource will assist you and your students in understanding the past, present and future of Indigenous Peoples in Canada. There is a wealth of information and diversity of stories and voices on this map; however, we recognize that no resource will ever be able to encompass all Indigenous voices and stories. The Royal Canadian Geographical Society (RCGS) also recognizes that the stories told here are not ours to tell.
It is for this reason that we have worked collaboratively with a number of Indigenous and ally educators and organizations from across Canada to create this resource. We highly recommend that you use this resource as a starting point and reach out to Indigenous communities, organizations, and groups in your area to learn more and continue to work toward reconciliation.
Tiled Map Version
Teachers can now download this map in a smaller size as a tiled map. All activities listed below can be adapted to be used on this map. Download tiled map here.