Located on the Main Street Project building, this mural was painted in recognition of the first National Truth & Reconnciliation Day. Bright orange ribbons stretch across this mural honouring those we lost, and eagle figures represent the act of taking their spirits to peace. The turtle (miskwaadesi) is seen in between the ribbons represents the bringing of truth. To the left of the scene is a mother and child, highlighting the importance of a mothers’ protection, prayers and leadership for our children. The white outline represent the guidance of The Great Spirit. This mural acts as a reminder for us to recognize the tragedy of residential schools, missing children, survivors and the families affected.
Where to Find This Mural
Location: 75 Martha Street Winnipeg MB R3B 1A4 Get Directions