The Great Indian Bus Tour of Toronto: The Trick or Treaty Edition! (Indigenous Soveignty Week Toronto 09)

Saturday, October 31, 2009 - 18:00 to 21:00

Get on the bus! A real tour of the Indigenous history of  Toronto!

HOSTED BY THE TORONTO NATIVE HISTORY PROJECT

The Toronto Native History Project at The Native Canadian Centre in partnership with Indigenous Solidarity Week is proud to present:

1:00pm to 4:00pm (Arrive 10 minutes early to get seated)

Embrace past ghosts and ancestors while re-imagining Toronto as the original Gathering Place!

Play SPOOKY bus BINGO and win some tasty treats!

The Bus tour will depart from and return to The Native Canadian Centre (NCC) on Saturday Oct. 31 located at 16 Spadina ROAD.

Seating must be reserved and paid in advance by contacting Tannis Nielson at the NCC 416-964-9087 ext. 326. We recommend booking and paying for your seat early to guarantee your spot.  Payment must be made to Tannis no later than Thursday Oct. 29th

Ticket cost is based on a sliding scale

Adults: $15-$25

Youth and Elders: $5-$15

Cash payment only

The Native Canadian Centre
16 Spadina Road
Toronto
Canada
43° 40' 5.4696" N, 79° 24' 17.8884" W
CA

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