Welcome to Wikwemikong!

Canada’s only officially recognized Unceded Territory

Located on the eastern peninsula of Manitoulin Island, Wikwemikong Unceded Indian Reserve is home to the largest Anishnaabek community on the Island. Wikwemikong invites you to join in the celebration of their rich heritage and community spirit by attending one of several cultural events taking place throughout the year.

GO – Experience the mysteries of the wilderness at Point Grondine Park with its canoe routes, hiking trails, six interior lakes, and a view of Georgian Bay to swoon over. 

DO – Visit the Wiikwemkoong Art Gallery for exquisite locally handcrafted quillwork, beading, painting, jewellery, leatherwork, woodcarving, and more.

SEE – Mark your calendars for the August long weekend Wikwemikong Cultural Festival – eastern Canada’s longest running pow-wow.

SNAP- Light up your lens with the beautiful beadwork that adorns the traditional dress worn by pow-wow dancers.

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