Land Acknowledgement

The Segal Centre is situated on land which has served as a diplomatic meeting place for Iroquoians and Algonquians including Anishinaabe, Atikamekw, and Huron-Wendat. The people of the Kanienkéha:ka nation have long been considered the caretakers of the land and water around Tiohtià:ke the island also known as Montreal. We acknowledge that we are located on a land that has been the site of human creativity and story-telling for thousands of years, and are thankful that we are able to create, collaborate, play, and work here.

If you would like to learn more about this Land Acknowledgement, about the Indigenous peoples’ history, or about the Truth and Reconciliation Commission, here are a few links to help you on your journey:

- About Land Acknowledgements:
- About the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada:
- Native Friendship Centre of Montreal:
- Native Montreal:
- Montreal Urban Aboriginal Community Strategy Network (NETWORK: The NETWORK is comprised of community sector groups, volunteers and government officials who work together to improve the quality of life of Aboriginal people living in the greater Montreal area):