Wigwam Chi-Chemung

Wigwam Chi-Chemung

In Partnership with Myseum of Toronto, Elder Duke Redbird’s Wigwam Chi-Chemung floating art installation is back on display at the South Marina from June 21 to October 17.

This year’s installation includes a phone line with the option to leave Elder Redbird a voicemail with questions about Indigenous culture, history and more. Responses to select questions will be available on Myseum of Toronto’s website as part of a digital exhibition.

We invite you to participate in this year’s Wigwam Chi-Chemung in all of its forms, and learn more about Indigenous history, culture, and Toronto’s waterfront from Elder Redbird.

For more details, please visit the Myseum of Toronto website.


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COVID-19 Update

With the park open for use, all visitors are asked to respect the following guidelines when you are on our site to help prevent the spread of COVID-19:

  • If you are sick or if you have been in contact with someone that is sick, please do not enter the Ontario Place grounds.
  • Keep a healthy space of 2 metres between you and other park visitors.
  • Please wear a mask if you are unable to keep a physical distance of 2 metres.
  • Group sizes must follow current Covid outdoor gathering guidelines.
  • Dogs must be on leash and dog owners should be careful to maintain a distance of the recommended 2 metres from other dogs and persons.
  • Use garbage receptacles provided to protect workers and to help keep the park clean.