Survivor Series

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The last Monday of each month we hold our Survivor Series event from 10am-12pm. Our Education staff will give our Residential School presentation, providing insight on the history of the Mohawk Institute and residential schools across Canada, as well as a glimpse inside the day to day life of a child at the “Mush Hole.”… Read more »

The Onkwehón:we Festival 2019

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The 2nd annual Onkwehón:we Festival will focus on current Haudenosaunee artistic and cultural practices in both contemporary and traditional forms. The performances and events will be multi-disciplined and be of the highest calibre featuring: dance, music, theatre, visual arts, film, and workshops. The festival will take take place on the grounds of the Woodland Cultural… Read more »

Survivor Series

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The last Monday of each month we hold our Survivor Series event from 10am-12pm. Our Education staff will give our Residential School presentation, providing insight on the history of the Mohawk Institute and residential schools across Canada, as well as a glimpse inside the day to day life of a child at the “Mush Hole.”… Read more »

Marketing Coordinator

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Join our Team! Marketing Coordinator Under the direction of the Executive Director, the Marketing Coordinator assumes the responsibilities for developing and implementing strategies for raising the organizational profile of the centre by managing digital marketing and website updates, and creating event-specific content and plans across all platforms including online, print, video, radio, and social media…. Read more »

Community Outreach and Fundraising Assistant

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Join our Team! Community Outreach and Fundraising Assistant The Woodland Cultural Centre is seeking a student to assist in Community Outreach, Fundraising, and Administrative organization at the Centre. This position requires a highly motivated individual who is interested in gaining experience in community engagement, partnership development, fundraising strategy, social media marketing, and administration. This position… Read more »

Vandalism at the Mohawk Institute Residential School Building

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Vandalism at the Mohawk Institute Residential School Building It is with great disappointment that we must report the vandalism of multiple windows at the Mohawk Institute Residential School Building. The construction crew noticed damage to the ground level windows on May 16, 2019. The Brantford Police Department has been contacted and are aware of this unfortunate… Read more »

Education Coordinator Job Posting

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Join our Team! Education Coordinator The Woodland Cultural Centre is seeking a dynamic, creative and organized individual to oversee the Education Department at the Woodland Cultural Centre. With thousands of students visiting the Centre on an annual basis, we require the candidate to have excellent organization skills, management experience and a passion for educating all… Read more »

Virtual Tour Screening

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As part of the Brant Museum Crawl, we will be screening the Mohawk Institute Residential School Virtual Tour on May 9th at 7pm here at Woodland Cultural Centre.   It’s free and no reservations are required.   Donations to the Save the Evidence Campaign happily accepted at the door. Hope to see you there!

Ancestors in The Archives

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This semi-annual presentation is scheduled for September 2017 and will showcase the two large collections of photos donated to the Centre in recent years. These photos present life at the Mohawk Institute in the 1950s through to its closure.

Survivor Series

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Woodland Cultural Centre would like to announce our new “Survivor Series”. Beginning in November we invite you to come and learn about the Indian Residential School System. Every month, a Mohawk Institute Survivor will share their experience and tell their stories of living in one of Canada’s longest running Residential Schools.