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Ordering Resources

To order resources from our program, please complete the form below. Please note, resources are available freely to Aboriginal community members, schools and non-profit organizations within Canada. For-profit businesses and any address outside of Canada may order materials on a cost-recovery basis, and will be contacted before materials are shipped out.

 

Limited Edition Play "hard hats"

For teachers wanting to add a bit of fun to their classroom plans, we have a limited edition "fold your own" cardboard hard hat available! Ideal for children under 10 years of age. 

 

 

What Engineers Do

An activity book for children 10 and under, to introduce engineering. Hardcopy versions of this publication are available in English only. Cree, French, Mi'kmaw, Mohawk, Inuktitut, Ojibwe and Oji-Cree are available for free download.

I’m a Chemical Engineer

First in the I’m an Engineer series, a comic-book style booklet introducing youth aged 8-16 to various types of engineering. Each title in the series features young Aboriginal role models introducing their field. Join Siobhan Dooley and her young friend Mew in learning about chemical engineering.

I’m a Geological Engineer

The third book in the I’m an Engineer series, a comic-book style publication introducing youth aged 8-16 to various types of engineering. This title introduces Métis role model Robert St-Onge and a host of other engineering students exploring the field of geological engineering with their young friend Wesaks.

I’m a Mechanical Engineer

New for 2016 and extending the line up of engineering disciplines featured is I'm a Mechanical Engineer, introducing Lydia Brant with guest appearance by Kaitlyn Brant. Join Mew and Lydia on a cross-country, multi-vehicle adventure in learning about the ways mechanical engineering is present in contemporary Indigenous Canada.

We're Civil Engineers

The second book in the I’m an Engineer series, a comic-book style booklet introducing youth aged 8-16 to various types of engineering. This title introduces Haudennosaunee role models Oke Maracle and Haven Moses exploring the field of civil engineering with their young friend Wesaks.

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