We’re sorry, but the Walking Tour is now fully booked!
You can contact www.indigenouswalks.com if you’re in Ottawa and would like to participate in a Walking Tour.
The Ottawa Indigenous Adoptee group would like to offer a limited number of free tickets for a tour of Ottawa sights that will take place from 2:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Don’t know what to do after the rally (12pm) and before the feast and social (5pm)? Explore Algonquin Territory, now called the nation’s capital of Ottawa – from an Indigenous perspective.
This activity will be provided by Indigenous Walks – limited free tickets are available.
A bit about Indigenous Walks
Indigenous Walks is an active, educational and fun way to learn about Indigenous Peoples’ experiences in Ottawa. This guided walk and talk provides a layer of knowledge of the Nation’s Capital through art, culture, history and landscape.
On the land of the Anishinaabe Algonquin Peoples called Turtle Island, this tour will guide participants through Indigenous social, political and cultural spaces. From the totem pole in Confederation Park to the Three Watchmen sculpture near Major’s Hill Park.
There are four different walks available including the Introductory Tour, Parliament Hill Tour, Indigenous Women Tour and the Very Scary Tour.
The Introductory tours begin at the Canadian Tribute to the Human Rights Monument in front of the Ottawa City Hall near Elgin/Lisgar.
Parliament Hill tours begin at the Centennial Flame on Parliament Hill.
For more information, please go to: www.indigenouswalks.com
To secure your place for this free activity, go to Eventbrite and select the walk you want to go to: