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We are always increasing our collection of Indigenous, First Nations and Métis books, CDs and DVDs. Come downtown to the Frances Morrison Central Library and visit our Reconciliation Room, or download the Read for Reconciliation booklist, our response to the Truth and Reconciliation Commision's Call to Action. We are continually seeking ways to engage and honour Indigenous perspectives in our plans for the future.
Join us for a variety of films and enjoy some refreshments.The Library on 20th Street Branch
Join us for armchair travel talks, films and other interesting presentations.Alice Turner Branch
Are you looking for books about Indigenous, Métis and Aboriginal characters? How about books by Indigenous authors? Or books with great stories for kids and teens? Look no further, we have a list full of novels and picture books for you to check out, for all ages and interests.
Aboriginal Summer Student Internship
We invite you to work for the library! If you are an Aboriginal student currently enrolled in school, consider applying with us to gain exposure to different library careers. Summer Students will gain experience in many areas of library science, including processing, shelving, displays and programming. Get paid while you learn! This experience could lead to further work with the library! Watch for the posting in April/May on Current Job Opportunities.
Aboriginal Storytelling Month
For Aboriginal people, storytelling is both a gift and a very old custom sanctioned by the people to teach, entertain and remember. Throughout February, First Nations and Métis storytelling events are held in schools, libraries and community organizations throughout Saskatchewan. We look forward to this event every year.
Presented in partnership with Library Services for Saskatchewan Aboriginal Peoples Inc. and the Government of Saskatchewan