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Indigenous, Pow Wow, Canadian Museum of History

Indigenous

Canadian Museum of History
Canadian Museum of History
Canada's most-visited museum presents the events, people and objects that have shaped the nation. This architectural gem is located in Gatineau…
Indigenous Experiences
Indigenous Experiences
Indigenous Experiences brings Indigenous history and culture to life through engaging and authentic programming.
National Arts Centre
National Arts Centre
Catch a wide variety of orchestra, dance, variety, and English, French and Indigenous theatre shows at the only bilingual, multidisciplinary performing arts centre in Canada.
National Gallery of Canada
National Gallery of Canada
Discover contemporary and historical artworks—including paintings, sculptures, photographs and multimedia installations—in this landmark site located near the vibrant ByWard Market area.
Remember Me: A National Day of Remembrance
Remember Me: A National Day of Remembrance
Stand with the Canada-wide Indigenous community through this first National Day of Remembrance created to inform, reconcile, and unite all Canadians…
Indigenous
Tagwàgi Festival
Celebrate authentic Indigenous activities through interactive workshops, delicious cuisine, and a farmers' market with over 20 local vendors. Meet…

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