Pukaskwa National Park on the shores of chi-gaam, now known as Lake Superior, proudly presents ‘Nishnaabeg Gkinoohmaged’. Parks Canada is looking for members of the Indigenous community who are engaging, welcoming, and eager to share their Anishinaabe culture through interactive workshops. Pukaskwa National Park invites you to submit an expression of interest form outlining your workshop idea to deliver summer 2020.

As a guest presenter, you will have an opportunity to:

  • Offer an activity, workshop or presentation that shares aspects of Anishinaabe culture to a variety of local, national and international visitors;
  • Work with park staff to promote your activity;
  • Receive monetary compensation for your activity;
  • Sell traditional crafts, gifts, and art at the Park Store;
  • Camp at Pukaskwa National Park, in a non-electrical Hattie Cove campsite for free.

Parks Canada will:

  • Promote your activity through local media, the web, on-site promotion, and Parks Canada’s social media channels to encourage participation in your activity;
  • Take care of logistics, scheduling and behind-the-scenes details to help you deliver your activity;
  • Provide the space, materials, compensation and support needed to deliver your activity.