June 1 Virtual Event
Connecting Land-Based Healing & Traditional Medicines at the New Home of Anishnawbe Health Toronto
We kicked off National Indigenous History Month with an opportunity for community to come together to learn more about the Indigenous Peoples’ Landscape at the new home of Anishnawbe Health Toronto, breaking ground this year. Nearly 150 people joined us virtually for Connecting Land-Based Healing & Traditional Medicines at the New Home of Anishnawbe Health Toronto.
Huge thanks to our guest speakers Kahontakwas Diane Longboat, Ceremonial Leader, Traditional Teacher, Healer, and Elder at the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH), and Matthew Hickey, Partner, Two Row Architect, one of the lead architects at the new home of Anishnawbe Health Toronto. Our event was hosted and moderated by Dr. Elisa Levi, Chair of the Indigenous Peoples’ Landscape campaign and Anishnawbe Health Foundation Board Member.
For those who missed the event or would like to re-watch the video, you can view it here