History teachers may be interested in this resource, Mapping Contemporary Challenges to Island Hul'qumi'num Peoples' Territories, which "presents a series of interactive maps illustrating the ongoing challenges to the exercise of land, resource and governance rights from development and conservation efforts within Hul'qumi'num peoples' territory." The site combines maps and historical text to highlight the erasure of Indigenous rights, especially regarding land use. Content is organized into several different sections, allowing it to be easily divided into lesson plans. Additionally, the site's Home page links to the "Hul'qumi'num Treaty Group's Strategic Land Use Plan (2005)," an eight-section land use plan that "describe[s] the Hul'qumi'num people's vision for how land and intertidal (beach) resources should be used, managed and protected to sustain them indefinitely and provide benefits for Hul'qumi'num people." Dr. Brian Thom from the University of Victoria (UVic) led the project, with support from the INSTEAD and CICADA projects, and the UVic Ethnographic Mapping Lab.