The first nations people are being taught by their elders about their traditions and culture. This helps preserve their cultural identity.
The first nations in this picture are shown hunting deer in a forest. They respected and valued the land they hunted on and the animals in it.
The first nations are enjoying life in this slide. They do not have to worry about many horrible diseases that could lead to their deaths.
Instead of being taught by their elders, the first nations people in this slide are being assimilated into the Eruo-Canadian culture in a residential school. This is bad because it can lead to a loss in cultural identity.
The natural habitat in the last slide has been demolished in order to build this town. This has lead to the loss of very valuable hunting ground for first nations and natural habitat for animals and plants.
Many first nations are dead in this slide due to diseases that Europeans brought over from Europe. Some of these diseases include: Smallpox, Whooping cough, Influenza, and Measles.