September 21, 2021 update on live performances and events at the NAC.

Ottawa

The stories here | Adsokàn Ondaje

What is now called the nation’s capital has been known by many for its rich history and recognizable monuments. But what stories have so far gone untold? What knowledge is embedded in the foundations of this territory? From Akikodjiwan to Kijik Pikwadin, and along the Kichizibi, a collection of moments both personal and historical examine deep connections recalled through song, poem and memory. 

Welcome and introduction

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    Artistic Liaison, Indigenous Cities - Ottawa Brit Johnston

Sacred Land at the Chaudiere Falls © Pam Cailloux, Métis (Huron and Algonquin), Québec

Walk around the areas highlighted on the map to listen to the stories on location. All you need is a device with you that can run the link in a browser (Internet connection required).

The creation and development of Indigenous Cities adhered to the health and safety guidelines of the regions in which it has been developed. We encourage our audiences to adhere to the COVID-19 restrictions in their own region as they engage in this experience.

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