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Gichi-Name Wiikwedong Reconciliation Garden

In the Spirit of Reconciliation, the Garden will be a contemplative place where our community can pause, reflect and remember.

Upcoming Event: National Day of Awareness for Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women, Girls and 2-Spirited People

Sunday May 5, 2024  |  11 a.m. (Ceremony) to 1 p.m.

Gimikwendaamin  |  Come to the Fire to Honour and Remember



South end of Kelso Beach at Nawash Park
Vehicle entrance to the Park at 100 19th Street West, Owen Sound

The Kelso Beach at Nawash Park site was chosen as our oral and written history tells us that the banks of the Sydenham and Potawatomie were once the fertile hunting and fishing grounds of the Saugeen Ojibwa Nation of the Nawash people.

See more on Indigenous Reconciliation on the City's website here.

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