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New Ottawa farm offers host of activities including Tagwàgi festival

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Trina Mather-Simard from Indigenous Experiences provides details on their new Madahòkì Farm and their Tagwàgi Festival.

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All in a Day with Alan Neal

CBC Radio's All In A Day is Ottawa's number one afternoon drive program -- and covers all of Eastern Ontario and West Quebec.

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Indigenous group stage fall festival at traditional Mādahòkì Farm in Greenbelt

Indigenous Experiences, producers of the annual Summer Solstice Indigenous Festival, have created a new attraction in the National Capital Commission Greenbelt to present culinary experiences and other agricultural presentations from an Indigenous perspective.

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Trina Mather-Simard Interview - September 30, 2021

CityNews’ special program dedicated to Canada’s National Day of Truth and Reconciliation, hosted by Sam Laprade.

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TAGWÀGI (AUTUMN) FESTIVAL

Free Indigenous Festival October 16-24, 2021

Please join Indigenous Experiences, producers of the Summer Solstice Indigenous Festival as we celebrate Tagwàgi (Autumn in Algonquin Anishinabeg language,) here in Ottawa’s greenbelt. It promises to be an energetic and enlightening experience where we can all connect with Mother Earth during this change of season

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A New Indigenous Experiences Attraction in Ottawa - MĀDAHÒKÌ FARM

Ottawa, Friday, October 1, 2021— Indigenous Experiences, the producers of the annual Summer Solstice Indigenous Festival and an award-winning attraction at the Canadian Museum of History, along with the National Capital Commission, are proud to announce a new tourism experience in the Greenbelt that builds on the growing interest in agritourism, farm-to-table culinary experiences and authentic cultural experiences from an Indigenous perspective.

La FERME MĀDAHÒKÌ, un nouveau lieu de découverte de la richesse culturelle autochtone à Ottawa

Ottawa, le vendredi 1er octobre 2021 – Expériences autochtones, productrice du Festival autochtone du solstice d’été (en anglais) et d’une attraction primée au Musée canadien de l’histoire, ainsi que la Commission de la capitale nationale (CCN), sont fiers d’annoncer le lancement d’une nouvelle attraction touristique dans la Ceinture de verdure, qui répond à l’intérêt croissant pour l’agrotourisme, les tables champêtres et les expériences culturelles authentiques dans une perspective autochtone.