March Break at Mādahòkì Farm


Cultural ambassadors from Mādahòkì Farm were on the set of CTV Morning Live to talk about the exciting activities happening during March Break.

March break in Ottawa: a roundup of family friendly events and activities

THE OTTAWA CITIZEN| Still planning your March break? For those staying closer to home, this March break trip list will help with scheduling fun things to do with the family throughout the week. Whether it is seeing a hockey game, visiting a local museum or grabbing a bite to eat, Canada’s capital offers a wide array of unique destinations and events to explore as spring approaches.

How to explore Canada’s Indigenous food culture

Growing up in Toronto, my knowledge of Indigenous communities was limited to a few days of history class. In textbooks, the descriptions of the past were suspect, haloed with a now-familiar “White savior” rhetoric.

New Ottawa farm offers host of activities including Tagwàgi festival

The Mādahòkì Farm sits on about 65 hectares of traditional Algonquin land in what is known as the city of Ottawa’s Greenbelt area in the west end.

Mādahòkì is the Algonquin word for “share the land”

Indigenous Experiences began leasing the land earlier this month.

The organization’s executive director says the project is all about connecting to the land.

The New Madahòkì Farm

Trina Mather-Simard from Indigenous Experiences provides details on their new Madahòkì Farm and their Tagwàgi Festival.