Pindigen Park

Pindigen Park is adjacent to the Sir John A. Macdonald Parkway at the southeast corner of Wellington and Booth streets.

Pindigen Park

The NCC collaborated with the local Anishinabe communities of Kitigan Zibi Anishinabeg and the Algonquins of Pikwakanagan to create Pindigen Park.

The park highlights Indigenous culture and heritage, and its name evokes the spirit of inclusivity and harmony among people. ‘’Pindigen’’ is more than a name, it is an invitation. It means: “Come on in! All are welcome here!”

The site was designed as a romantic gardenesque-style public green space, with bold and dynamic land forms, symbolizing movement through the landscape.

Pindigen outdoor exhibit

An Anishinabe interpretive experience

The site promotes an appreciation and understanding of the Anishinabe culture and values. Interpretive and public art elements will introduce visitors to one of the guiding principles of the Anishinabe people, for whom living well means finding a harmony between land, water, air and people.

The park’s outdoor exhibit was developed with the support of Canadian Heritage.

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