LCOL Strategic Framework
The Chiefs of Ontario (COO) Leadership Committee on Languages (LCOL) promotes the unity and advancement of First Nations in Ontario to implement inherent language rights for learners today, the next seven generations, and beyond. Immersion and bilingual language programming rooted in First Nations culture, traditions, and values are believed invaluable to stabilizing First Nation languages.
First Nation Languages Environmental Scan Immersion and Bilingual Programs and Models - Areas For Advocacy Recommendations Archipel Report
First Nation Languages Environmental Scan Immersion and Bilingual Programs and Models. Archipel Recommendations 6-11
This PowerPoint presentation was given by Gina McGahey, AIAI Education Coordinator, at the Education Conference in March 2015, in Toronto. It describes the principles that a Holistic Lifelong Community Education model was built for the AIAI.
In this report, Lindsay A. Morcom explores the incongruence between the federal government’s proposed First Nations Education Act and the approach of the Assembly of First Nations (AFN) regarding language and culture education. She also examines research concerning potential outcomes of their approaches to determine what would be most beneficial to learners.
The goal of this program is to develop proficiency in conversational Anishinaabemowin in learners at Lakeview School in M'Chigeeng First Nation.
This foundational report was prepared by the Task Force on Aboriginal Languages and Cultures and was to be a strategy to revitalize First Nation, Inuit and Métis languages and cultures. It was submitted to the Minister of Canadian Heritage in June 2005.