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First Nations Education Foundation invites Canadians to help “Raise the Pole”

Language Revitalization Pole carving “suspended” due to current funding gap: Group issues urgent appeal “… we’re hoping Canadians, and Canadian corporations, will answer the call to “Raise the Pole” and help us raise the $50,000 we need to get us through the summer to the point in the fall where further funding will hopefully be […]

It’s 2018: Let’s not let the gift of Indigenous languages slip through our hands

As the new year of 2018 begins, it’s worth noting from the start that we continue to face a stark, ongoing reality: No Indigenous language in Canada is considered safe. This is the reality that drives our work and our FNEF language revitalization approach; namely, to develop language revitalization programs for at-risk Indigenous languages and […]

Thank you to the family of Art Thompson for allowing us to use Thunderbird as our FNEF logo

We would like to thank the family of the late Art (Arthur) Thompson, a Nuu-chah-nulth (Ditidaht) artist, for granting us permission to use Thunderbird as our First Nations Education Foundation logo. Thompson was a fierce advocate for the rights of residential school victims and survivors. We are deeply honoured by this gesture and eternally grateful. […]

Yuułuʔiłʔatḥ Government Pilot

On November 30th 2016, the First Nations Education Foundation (FNEF) facilitated the signing of an MOU with Yuułuʔiłʔatḥ Government (YG) laying out the intent for a landmark Language Revitalization pilot project to preserve and then revitalize their traditional language of Nuu-Chah-Nulth, Barkley dialect. Once successful, this process will be offered to Nations throughout BC and […]