Indigenous Walks

Ottawa, Ontario

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Indigenous Walks is a walk and talk through downtown Ottawa from an Indigenous perspective. Together walkers and guide will explore social, political and cultural issues through architecture, landscape, monuments and art. Indigenous Walks is owned and operated by Jaime Koebel. Nehiyaw/Michif from Lac La Biche, Alberta.

Accessibility: There are parts of the walk that are not accessible however, if there is advanced notice, the walk will be altered to accommodate accessibility. The tour is about two hours over 3km through downtown Ottawa. Please dress appropriately for the weather. Start locations are easily accessible by foot or bus. We offer group tours and specialty tours. Indigenous Walks would like to thank the City of Ottawa and Soup Ottawa for their kind and generous financial support to help make this walk happen!

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Indigenous Walks

659 Chadburn Ave
Ottawa, Ontario, K1G0Y6
(613) 290-8597 Visit Website

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Learn more about Indigenous Walks by visiting them online:

Visit Website

Indigenous Walks

659 Chadburn Ave
Ottawa, Ontario, K1G0Y6
(613) 290-8597 Visit Website

Business Hours

Learn about diverse and living Indigenous cultures

Indigenous culture and heritage are as rich and diverse as the Canadian landscape. Despite years of oppression, Indigenous Peoples are proud to show visitors our vibrant, living history.

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