Nom: Jaime Koebel
Jour: mai 03, 2015
Heure: 10:00 AM
Durée: 2.0 hr
Langue: English
Départ: Centennial Flame, Parliament Hill
Fin: Centennial
Quartier: Parliament Hill/Centertown
Distance: 1.0 km

Indigenous Walks



Indigenous Walks is a social, political and cultural walk and talk on Parliament Hill. Experience an Indigenous perspective of the monuments and views on un-ceded Anishinaabe Territory.


Centennial Flame and around Parliament Hill.


Jaime is an Otipemsiwak/Nehiyaw (Métis/Cree) woman originally from Lac La Biche, Alberta living on un-ceded Algonquin Territory (Ottawa, ON) since 2000. She was motivated to do the walks for many reasons; however, her confidence to do the walk came from her time as an Educator at the National Gallery of Canada during the “Sakahàn – International Indigenous Art” exhibition where she gave art tours through the lens of the Indigenous experience in Canada and around the world.