Elders’ voices

The Elders’ Voices webpage is a product of The Heritage Community Foundation. While it focuses on aboriginal cultures and elders in Alberta, it contains a wealth of knowledge applicable to any province. The site is divided into 3 sections: The History, The Peoples, and The Voices. In the history section you will find information on the treaty areas of Alberta, the Metis, and Aboriginal Governance, among other topics. In the peoples section, there is an article containing some background and insights on Elders, called “Knowledge Keepers” (http://www.abheritage.ca/eldersvoices/peoples/knowledge_keepers.html). Finally, in the voices section there are a number links to media featuring audio and video of elders sharing their perspective on a variety of topics (http://www.abheritage.ca/eldersvoices/voices/voices_metis_crossing.html). This site is good if you are interested in looking at the roles and responsibilities of aboriginal elders.



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