Ojibwe Cultural Foundation

Culture and Tradition
History and Education
Arts and Heritage

Nurturing the expression of Anishnaabek culture

The Ojibwe Cultural Foundation was established to preserve and revitalize the language, culture, arts, spirituality and traditions of the Anishinaabe people of Mnidoo Mnising (Manitoulin Island) and surrounding areas. The foundation aims to nurture the expression of Anishinaabe culture in all forms so teachings may remain strong for future generations.

Located in M'Chigeeng First Nation the 11,000 sq.ft. facility is home to a Museum, Public Art Gallery, Gift Shop, Mnidoo Mnising Anishinabek Kinoomaage Gamig (a full Ojibwe immersion early learning kindergarten program), Gimaa Radio 88.9FM (the first all Anishinaabe language radio station), language resources, healing lodge, and a performance amphitheatre. We welcome all who wish to experience the authentic expression of the Anishinaabe language, culture, and spirituality. Visitors can also see the timeless and beautiful heritage art forms of skilled Anishinaabek artisans including porcupine quill boxes, ash and sweet-grass baskets, and antler carvings.
This experience is available:
Fall, Winter, Spring, Summer

Please call to confirm opening hours

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