|Name||Kana:ta Village Inc.|
|Address||440 Mohawk St, Brantford, ON N3T 5L9, Canada|
|Category||Sights / Landmarks / Museums|
KANA:TA is a cultural destination and centre for learning designed to highlight the rich and diverse cultures of the Six Nations of the Grand River/Haudenosaunee/ Onhkwehonweh and other Indigenous peoples from across Turtle Island.
Kana:ta – meaning “village” in the Mohawk language reflects the main focal point of this site - a 17th century Mohawk village located on traditional Mohawk territory, with a recreated longhouse (under construction) specifically representative of the Mohawk nation of the Six Nations of the Grand River.
Kana:ta Village is a centre for learning and cultural destination designed to highlight the rich and diverse cultures of the Six Nations of the Grand River (Haudenosaunee/ Onhkwehonweh) and other Indigenous peoples from across Turtle Island.
Being situated on a traditional Mohawk/Kenien'keha:ka Village site, we at Kana:ta are very excited to provide the perfect landscape and opportunity for traditional knowledge keepers and educators to share traditional and contemporary Haudenosaunee/ Onhkwehonweh cultures and practices. Through interactive learning within a safe and positive environment our goal is to increase the public's understanding and appreciation of Indigenous cultures from around the world, specifically Haudenosaunee/ Onhkwehonweh (Six Nations).
440 Mohawk St, Brantford, ON, Canada N3T 5L9
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