Indigenous Walks: A Look at Lansdowne Park

Indigenous Walks hosts many walks in Ottawa and this year for Jane's Walk we're looking forward to taking walkers through Lansdowne Park to explore social, political, and cultural issues through monuments, landscape, and architecture. Find out what traditional plants grow in the area, learn about the two contemporary Indigenous teaching circles that use this space, and listen to traditional stories with some of our fabulous spot talkers. We're guaranteed to find some surprises along the way too! Hope you can come and walk the moccs with #IndigenousWalks!

Photo:  Jane`s Walk in front of the Aberdeen Pavilion, 2008.

Carte indiquant le point de départ

This walk will stay within the confines of Lansdowne Park.

Au sujet du guide

Kristine McCorkell is a Mohawk youth who has been working with Indigenous Walks for the past year. She is knowledgeable about the social, political, and cultlural issues from an Indigenous perspectives and applies those to her environment.

Jaime Koebel is an Otipemsiwak/Nehiyaw (Métis/Cree) woman originally from Lac La Biche, Alberta living on un-ceded Algonquin Territory (Ottawa, ON) since 2000. She is the founder of Indigenous Walks.


Kristine McCorkell et Jaime Koebel

Date:sam 7 mai, 2016
Durée: 1 heure
Langue: anglais
Début:Aberdeen Pavilion (west side)
Quartier:Lansdowne Park
Distance:1.0 km

The walk will mostly follow sidewalks, but will cross a few grassy areas.

Galerie d'images
Jane`s Walk in front of the Aberdeen Pavilion, 2008.
Volunteer to Marshal This Walk