First Nations Of Canada Calendars

Calendar Celebrates First Nations

Canadian First Nations 2015 Wall Calendar – $14.99
Twelve vividly colorful images featuring artifacts, scenery, and ceremonial events with costumes celebrates the First Nations of Canada. The calendar is produced with environmentally friendly processes. Vegetable based inks on chlorine free FSC-certified paper is a very “green” way to publish. There are some extra bonuses to this twelve month calendar: a double page featuring a 2016 calendar is one. There is also a section for important telephone number and room for some January 2014 appointments.


Canadian First Nations 2015 Wall Calendar


  • Format: Standard Wall
  • Size Closed: 11 1/2 inches by 12 inches
  • Size Opened: 23 inches by 12 inches
  • Grid Size: Medium Rectangle
  • Binding: Stapled
  • Time Span: 12 month +24
  • Publisher: Wyman Publishing

Just look at these colorful photographs of different aspects of life of the First Nations of Canada! How striking!

The First Nations of Canada are the aboriginal or indigenous peoples who are not Inuit or Metis (mixed European and First Nations person) living in modern day Canada. There are currently 630 recognized First Nation bands or governments spread across Canada totaling around 700,000 people. These cultures have a history going back thousands of years on the North American continent.

You can pre-oder this calender now with an expected shipping date of after June 14, 2014.

Inuit Art Calendar 2018 Mini Wall

Tribal Art Mini Wall Calendar

Inuit Art Cape Dorset 2018 Mini Wall Calendar (Bilingual)

Cape Dorset is the home to a multi-generational community of some very gifted graphic artists. The community is about 1200 miles north of Toronto, Canada. The artists cooperatively own printmaking studios that have been in continuous operation since 1959. They produce unique, captivating, and powerful images from these studios. This mini-wall calendar gives us twelve exciting Inuit prints to admire in the coming year.


Inuit Art Cape Dorset 2018 Mini Wall Calendar (Bilingual)


  • Format: Mini Wall
  • Size Closed: 7  inches by 7 inches
  • Size Opened: 14 inches by 7 inches
  • Grid Size: Small Rectangle
  • Binding: Stapled
  • Time Span: 12-month
  • Publisher: Pomegranate

The Inuit consists of various groups of peoples who are indigenous to the central and northeastern Canadian Arctic and in Greenland. Agriculture was and is not possible in the tundra and cold climates. These remarkable people are mostly hunters and trappers. European settlers once referred to the Inuit as the Eskimo getting the name from the Algonquin speaking peoples. Eskimo is a bit of a derogatory name and is not used much any longer.

This wonderful Inuit art calendar will be ready to ship to your home or office around May 31, 2017.

Wild Bears 2017 Calendars

The Totem Of Bear In A Calendar

Bears 2017 Wall Calendar

Native American tribes believe that it is the purpose of the bear to protect the forests. The animal spirit of Bear also is a birth totem to people born between August 22nd to September 22nd which is the time of the Harvest Moon. Mudjekeewis or Bear is also the Spirit Keeper of the West direction of the Medicine Wheel and is also considered to be the “Father of all the Winds” by many Native American traditions. It is only fitting that a calendar celebrating the Bear be a part of this blog.

Across the world in North America, South America, Europe, and Asia there are eight living species of bears. The bear population has steadily declined in the last century. We humans have encroached on their habitats too much and they have been hunted too much. Perhaps if we think about it, if we were to save the sacred bear, we just might also save our wilderness. In this calendar we find the guardian of the West and of nature itself in its own natural environment.


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Bears 2017 Wall Calendar


  • Format: Standard Wall
  • Size Closed: 12 inches by 12 inches
  • Size Opened: 24 inches by 12 inches
  • Binding: Stapled
  • Time Span: 12 month +5
  • Publisher: Wyman Publishing


You can learn more about the Spirit Keeper Of The West and the medicines that can be learned by the sacred animal, Bear.

You can pre-order this bear calender with expected shipping to start after August 12, 2016.

A couple of other options for a calendar featuring wild bears are also available for the 2017 year. One features art depicting the life of a bear and the other features bears of the wild from the grizzley to the polar bear and the others in between.

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White Tail Deer 2018 Calendar

Deer Calendar

White-Tailed Deer 2018 Wall Calendar – $14.99

You might be wondering why I would put a calendar for the white-tailed deer on a Native American calendar blog. If Sister or Brother Deer is one of your Native American totems, well then you will understand perfectly why it is placed here on the blog. It is through seeing the natural ways of an animal that teaches us medicine that we can better understand the messages.

The white-tailed deer is native to North America and derives its name from the white underside of its tail. I love the graceful essence of these deer! They are herbivores and prefer to live in wooded areas. The white-tailed deer is prevalent throughout most of the US and in southern Canada. Wildlife authorities are now called upon to carefully manage their populations since their natural predators like the gray wolf and mountain lion have diminished in population. This deluxe wall calendar gives us photos of this most majestic animal along with some stunning scenery.

White-Tailed Deer Wall Calendar


  • Format: Deluxe Wall
  • Size Closed: 12 inches by 14 inches
  • Size Opened: 24 inches by 14 inches
  • Binding: Stapled
  • Publisher: BrownTrout Publishers Inc.

Native Americans have celebrated the deer as an animal and the gifts it can give us physically with its meat, hides, hooves, and antlers for centuries. They also celebrate the animal spirit of deer which can teach us the medicine of adaptability among other lessons. To find out more about the totem of deer you can read Deer Birth Totem.

You can order this calendar now and expect rapid shipment as it is currently in stock and waiting for your order.

A few other choices for the White Tail Deer featured in calendar form would be the one below which I think are very nice.

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Tribal Art Calendar 2018

Native Art Engagement Calendar

Inuit Art Cape Dorset 2018 Softcover Weekly Planner (Bilingual)

On Baffin Island, which is about 1,200 miles north of Toronto, Canada there is a community of multi-generational gifted artists. They work each winter in the print making studios of Cape Dorset. The studios produce highly decorative and striking works of  tribal art. On the pages of this colorful calendar there are thirty-two Inuit prints. The calendar is bilingual in English and French. This engagement calendar includes 57 weekly grids along with 13 monthly grids. It is softcover and has flaps. Wire bound with 120 pages. Weeks begin with Monday in this wonderful Inuit Art engagement calendar. Published by Pomegranate.

Inuit Art Cape Dorset Softcover 2018 Weekly Planner (Bilingual)


  • Format: Softcover Engagement
  • Size Closed: 8.5 inches x 6.25 inches
  • Size Opened: 8.5 inches x 12.0 inches
  • Grid Size: Small Rectangle
  • Binding: Wire-O
  • Time Span: 52-week

Calendar will be ready to ship to your home or office around May 31, 2017 to begin your planning for 2018.

The Inuit are sometimes mistakenly referred to as Eskimo, especially in the United States. They are actually a group of peoples who are similar culturally who inhabit the Arctic regions of Canada, United States, Greenland, and Russia. The Inuit of Canada have been given the distinction of being an aboriginal Canadian group and are not included in the First Nations of Canada.

A nice selection to help keep yourself organized with appointments, birthdays, and the day to day things that keep us busy each month.