SURVIVOR ROBERTA HILL HONOURS THE MEMORY OF THE CHILDREN WHO ATTENDED THE MOHAWK INSTITUTE By Lindsay Monture Roberta Hill keeps herself busy by playing an active role in exposing the dark side of Canada’s history, Indian Residential Schools, that has been kept hidden for too long, and makes efforts to help the community and the… Read more »
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THE MOHAWK INSTITUTE IN THE TUNNELS OF VIMY RIDGE, 1917 By Tara Froman Canadigm, a volunteer-driven organization undertaking projects that bring Canadian history to life, reached out to the Woodland Cultural Centre recently with a discovery they had made in the World War One tunnels under Vimy Ridge. The Battle of Vimy Ridge was a… Read more »
(At the New Hamburg Mennonite Relief Sale, representatives from Mennonite Central Committee Mennonite Disaster Service, and Woodland Cultural Centre started an important step on the road to promoting reconciliation, healing and awareness by signing an agreement to work together on the Save the Evidence Project. Pictured left to right John Head, Executive Director of MCC… Read more »
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 »
Brant Museum Crawl – Free Virtual Tour Brant Museum Crawl is a community wide initiative presented by local graphic design and marketing firm Octopus Red. The month long event will showcase museums and galleries in City of Brantford, County of Brant, and Six Nations of the Grand River Territory. Woodland Cultural Centre presents… Read more »
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