O:se Kenhionhata:tie Land Back Camp

Create an Indigenous community hub at Charles Street Terminal

With the COVID-19 testing facility now closed, the Region of Waterloo is facilitating public consultations to decide the future of the Charles Street Terminal.

Members of O:se Kenhionhata:tie Land Back Camp, together with Textile Literature, students from the School of Architecture and artists in the community, have gathered reflections from the community on the theme of "Recollections and Imaginings": to think forward to the futures of this place, grounded in repairing relationships across the past and present.

In that spirit, we call on the Region of Waterloo to support the creation of an Indigenous community hub in the heart of Kitchener.


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We call on the Region of Waterloo to support and lead alongside the Indigenous community in creating an Indigenous community hub in the heart of Kitchener: https://traction.samnabi.com/?campaign=indigenous-community-hub