À marée basse by Nadine McSpadden & Voici qui je suis ! by Nadine McSpadden

Nadine McSpadden is a member of the Secwepemc Nation, Shuswap Indian Band in the British Columbia interior. She is the Helping Teacher for Aboriginal Learning, Surrey School District.

Où suis-je ? By Janice Ciavaglia

Janice Ciavaglia is a passionate advocate for Indigenous, philanthropic, and social enterprises. She serves as the Chief Executive Officer for the Assembly of First Nations (AFN).

Des pilotes de brousse by Michael Kusugak

Michael Kusugak grew up in Repulse Bay, NWT (now Nunavut). During his childhood, his family travelled by dog sled, living a traditional Inuit lifestyle. Michael lives in BC, and spends summers in his cabin in Nunavut.

L'art métis : la broderie perlée by Jacqueline Guest

Jacqueline is a Métis writer who lives in a log cabin in the Rocky Mountain foothills of Alberta. She has won numerous awards for her books, and was awarded the Order of Canada for her efforts in literacy.

Dans le ciel by Wilfred Buck and Melissa Purcell

Wilfred Buck is a member of the Opaskwayak Cree Nation in Manitoba. He is a storyteller, mad scientist, teacher, singer, pipe-carrier, sweat lodge keeper, sun dance leader, and an Indigenous star lore expert.

Melissa Purcell is Denesuline and a member of Thebatthi in Treaty 8 territory. She is an Executive Staff Officer, Indigenous Education, with the Alberta Teachers’ Association and leads Indigenous Education and Walking Together: Education for Reconciliation for educators.

Les canots by Robert Cutting

Robert Cutting was a Program Consultant for the Durham Catholic District School Board, where he continues to be a member of the Aboriginal Education Advisory Circle. Robert is of Kanien'kehaka (Mohawk) ancestry.