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365 Hargrave Street    Location Map

This vinyl Mural honours the many contributions the aborginal and first nations peoples have made as partners in the furthering of our nation. It also pauses to celebrate the vibrancy of their culture and their significance to our City, Province and Country.

Location: E side bet. Ellice and Cumberland; South Face (high)

Occupant: Indian & Northern Affairs Canada

District: City Centre

Neighbourhood: Central Park

Artist(s): Graffiti Art Programming/Graffiti Gallery, Richard Manoakeesick, Fred Thomas, Cody Starr, Deanna Renschler, Justin Schroeder, Bobbie Sinclair, Darryle Caribou (all unsigned)

Year: 2005

Sponsors: Graffiti Art Programming


Overheard at Mural Unveiling, June 21, 2005 Aboriginal Day:

"Buffalo were responsible for helping us to live a good life. One of the seven great teachers."

"The sacred pipe, symbolizing the great gift of respect. Respect for our elders and families in the shaping and development of our life, our spirit and what guides us."

"To all of our family- we strive to do the work we were given to do and continue to know how important it is to honour the first peoples of this land that we call Turtle Island. Part of this Mural honours that turtle."

"Peaceful co-existence This Mural also celebrates the many contributions the aboriginal peoples have made as partners towards the furthering of this nation. It also pauses to celebrate the vibrancy of their culture and significance of aboriginal first nations peoples today."

"Many of the people who work in this building were also involved and partially responsible for the work behind and providing input for the design of this Mural."