Métis Courses, Workshops & Resources


We have partnered with a number of Métis organizations and educators to offer new courses, workshops and resources for celebrating and learning about Métis language and culture.

Courses & Workshops


Métis Learning for the Summer Solstice Virtual Workshop

June 4 for 60 minutes with Leah Marie Dorion

Free registration! 

Jump into summer and join Métis artist Leah Marie Dorion as she shares stories and connection to the Land and Summer Solstice from her books. She will discuss her art and illustrations and how to celebrate summer cycles from a Metis point of view. You will have the opportunity to participate in a live art class with Leah and ask questions about Métis culture and outdoor learning.


Connecting to the Land, the Métis Way Summer Course

July 8 – July 29 (4 x 60 min sessions) with Leah Marie Dorion

50% discount for Métis participants (and free, if price is a barrier)


4 Seasons of Indigenous Learning

With 12 Indigenous Presenters, including Métis Artist, Christi Belcourt

50% discount for Métis participants (and free, if price is a barrier)


Books and Teaching Packages


Métis ‘Connecting to the Land’ Kids Book Bundle

By Leah Marie Dorion
This book bundle provides 10 excellent learning resources for kids to explore Métis knowledge, culture and history connected to the land. It includes translations into Michif, and offers incredibly vibrant illustrations giving insight into Métis life.

Medicines to Help Us: Traditional Métis Plant Use

By Christi Belcourt

Métis author and artist Christi Belcourt fuses her evocative artwork with Indigenous Traditional Knowledge and Western Science. This innovative and vibrant resource is filled with full-colour photographs, maps, illustrations and the names of plants listed in three Indigenous languages – Michif, Nêhiyawêwin (Cree) and Anishinaabemowin (Ojibway).

Medicines to Help Us Kit (Book and Beautiful Prints)

By Christi Belcourt

This kit comes with the Medicines to Help Us Book, along with 8 x 11″ prints where one side gives a beautiful overview of each of the plants described, and on the back, each forms one piece of a wall-sized puzzle that can be put together to create a large scale print of Métis artist Christi Belcourt’s painting “Medicines to Help Us”.