Projects & Programs
Information about our work can be found by selecting a project/topic below or on the right hand column of this page.
An education program comprised of a mobile exhibition, curriculum package, website, and app.
A campaign that encouraged people to engage in a discussion on healing and reconciliation (2009-2010)
A free toolkit and resources created to provide communities with functional methods to promote promising healing models based on a study of best practices in healing and decolonization
A permanent exhibition on the history and legacy of residential schools created by the LHF and the Wabano Centre for Aboriginal Health
A national commemoration and education project to record testimonies of Residential School Survivors (2006-2008)
A comprehensive residential schools curriculum package developed in partnership with the LHF, the Government of the Northwest Territories and the Government of Nunavut (2012-2014)
A free guide that examines the history and legacy of the Residential School System through six activities
a mobile exhibition (with companion website and book) that examines the Inuit experience of residential schools through the voices of eight Inuit Survivors.
A mobile exhibition (with companion website and app) that encourages visitors to learn about the history and legacy of the residential school system and its lasting impacts
- » 100 Years of Loss - Curriculum
- » 100 Years of Loss - Exhibition
- » 1000 Conversations
- » Bridging Our Communities
- » Forgotten: The Métis Residential School Experience
- » LHF/Wabano Commemoration Exhibition
- » Our Stories… Our Strength
- » NWT, NU Curriculum
- » Tebatchimowin Activity Guide
- » We Were So Far Away
- » Where are the Children?