The First Nations Information Connection provides a free online database on topics relating to First Nations communities.
The Law Project provides the opportunity for secondary school students to create a free account and explore law related concerns from various perspectives through graphic novel-like animations. Some concerns covered include cases involving Social Justice & human rights, First Nations, and Residential schools. The Law Project also offers a version of the site for teachers, which based on their province/territory and class design will direct them to the lesson plans the Law Project has created.
The YOUCAN website provides leadership resources for youth and educators on non-violent conflict resolution to improve community relations. The website also offers publications of how programs by YOUCAN have been making change in their communities.
The Students Commission: Centre of Excellence for Youth Engagement connects young people with training, networking with other youth and youth organizations, and opportunities to develop change within their communities.
Taking Action is a youth-led project by Aboriginal communities across Canada that explores healthy sexuality, structural inequalities, and culture. The youth learn about HIV and create artwork to share with their communities as a form of health promotion.
The Congress of Aboriginal Peoples' National Youth Council provide Aboriginal Youth living off reserve a voice within the congress and will try their best to assist youth to locate necessary resources. The Congress of Aboriginal Peoples have also launched an Aboriginal Youth campaign for civic engagement along with a toolkit called Find your Voice.