2022-2023 School Year Review

Another school year has ended and we have a lot to celebrate in our mission to teach the next generation of green leaders. Relay Education accomplished many successes during the 2022-2023 school year. This post focuses on the work we accomplished with children and youth through our school programs this past school year.

We will be sharing more other projects, like the Green Skills Academy, in future posts. Here’s the impact we made in classrooms across the country.

School Program Highlights

19,357 workshop participants reached in now-called Canada.

895 workshops delivered in 8 provinces and territories.

123 workshops were delivered to 1,707 Indigenous youth participants.

Some of the nations, territories, and lands we delivered workshops to Indigenous students are:

  • Aujuittuq (Grise Fiord) on the land of Inuit Nunangat
  • Neyaashiinigmiing, Chippewas of Nawash Unceded First Nation
  • Cote First Nation, is a Saulteaux band, part of Treaty 4
  • Cowessess First Nation, is a Saulteaux band, part of Treaty 4
  • Edmonton, AB, on traditional land of Treaty 6 territory and home of Métis Nation of Alberta Region 4 and many First Nations such as the Nehiyaw (Cree), Denesuliné (Dene), Nakota Sioux (Stoney), Anishinaabe (Saulteaux) and Niitsitapi (Blackfoot).
  • Fort Nelson First Nation, a Slavey/Cree linguistic group, part of Treaty 8
  • Greater Sudbury, on the land of Anishinabewak
  • Haida Gwaii, Haida Territories, Haida Nation
  • Inuvik, traditional territories of the Gwich’in and Inuvialuit Peoples
  • Kahnawake Mohawk Territory, land of the Mohawks of Kahnawá:ke
  • Keeseekoose First Nation, is a Saulteaux band, part of Treaty 4
  • Kitchenuhmaykoosib Inninuwug First Nation (Big Trout Lake), is an Oji-Cree First Nation
  • Listuguj Mi’gmaq First Nation, Mi’gmaq First Nations band
  • Manitowaning, on the land of the Anishinabek Nation
  • Moose Cree First Nation, is a Cree First Nation band
  • Muskrat Dam First Nation, Oji-Cree First Nation band
  • Nayausheeng, Wiarton, on the land of the Anishinabewaki, Odawa, and Mississauga
  • Rankin Inlet, on land of the Inuit Nunangat
  • Sachigo Lake First Nation, Oji-Cree Nation Band
  • Sagamok Anishnawbek First Nation
  • Saugeen Peninsula, Chippewas of Saugeen Ojibway Territory
  • Temiskaming Shores, territories of the Algonquin peoples, Métis, and Cree, Ojibway, and Oji-Cree
  • Wapekeka First Nation, Oji-Cree First Nation band
  • Weagamow First Nation (North Caribou Lake First Nation), Oji-Cree First Nations band


We acknowledge the territories, land rights and presence of Indigenous people in now-called Canada. This list is an acknowledgement to the people and communities we work with, and we realize this list may be inaccurate or not properly represent the deep history and cultures of Indigenous people. If you see an error, don’t hesitate to get in touch!


2023 School Program Highlights

Thank you

Thanks to participants, teachers, partners, and supporters for their participation in our programs. We look forward to what next school year brings.