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wiigwaas jiimaanke (birch bark canoe build) (Georgian Bay BR)

The focus of the build was to revitalize and celebrate ancestral knowledge, teachings, and practice of building an Anishinaabe wiigwaas jiimaan (Ojibwe birch bark canoe). The participants were guided by the expertise of an Anishinaabek canoe building team from throughout the Great Lakes.

Type: Heritage and landscape

Field of activity: Conservation of cultural/historical heritage

Responsible body: Georgian Bay Anishinaabek Youth

Period: 2019

Contact: Rebecca Pollock -

Area of operation: Georgian Bay BR

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