Let’s start the March Break fun with this unique celebration of the artistic contributions of the French-speaking Métis people of Canada. Build a small replica
birch bark canoe with master canoe builder, Marcel Labelle, and visit the theatre for a screening of the new documentary The Art of Being Métis: Through the Teaching of the Canoe.
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McMichael Partners with Federal Government to Highlight Canada’s Francophone and Métis Heritage
Brampton Guardian Nov 1, 2013 - Aboriginal studies transforming the culture of traditional education[click here for PDF version]
Pan Am 2015 in Toronto: Marcel at the 2 year countdown event
Read the article about Marcel from Metis Voyager magazine: Metis Craft at Mississauga Sports Hall of Fame
Nishi - a 4 foot canoe
The OAC 2012 Aboriginal Arts Education Project "Teaching from the Knowledge Canoe"
About being Metis
The Art of Canoe Building
Friends of Canoes
Order a Canoe
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