Canada's First Peoples I
"In the imagery of Aboriginal peoples, the turtle is associated with the great myths surrounding the creation of the earth. Slow-moving but steady and tenacious, this animal has come to symbolize both wisdom and perseverance. These two qualities are shared by the First Nations and Inuit, and have contributed towards the survival of indigenous populations for thousands of years on the American continents." -- The Native Trail - First Peoples
Civilization.ca - A History of the Native People of Canada – An online illustrated history of the native people of Canada from 10,000 B.C.
Frequently Asked Questions about the North - "Each year the Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development (DIAND) receives thousands of enquiries from the general public that relate to Aboriginal peoples. This information sheet brings together the answers to some of the most frequently asked questions."
Culture and History - Indian and Northern Affairs Canada - Extensive information on Canada's Aboriginal peoples.
Pride and Dignity - "...an exhibition of over 60 photographic reproductions (c.1846 - c.1960) taken from the original exhibition Aboriginal Portraits from the National Archives of Canada.