Man in crown on left side in royal clothes and man in indigneous wear on right side with one closed eye and one open,

September 22, 1877

Artist: Nathan Menguinis

1721 29 Ave SW, Calgary, AB T2T 1P5

Tsuutina is one of the seven Nations that went into a international peace Treaty with the British Crown.
Someone equal to royalty is the head leadership of my Nation, and that is “Chiila” or also known as Bullhead.

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The City of Richmond Hill commissioned Gloria Hope to paint Bell Box at Richmond Street in celebration of “RH150”, the City’s 150th Anniversary.

RH150 Bell Box Mural – Richmond St. 101-1

Artist: Gloria Hope

Richmond Street & Yonge Street, Richmond Hill, ON, Canada

The City of Richmond Hill commissioned Gloria Hope to paint Bell Box at Richmond Street in celebration of “RH150”, the City’s 150th Anniversary. For each project, artists were asked to capture Richmond Hill’s past, present and future to provide a sense of social connectivity and community pride.

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The City of Richmond Hill commissioned Natasha Pelley-Smith to paint Storage Bunker at David Hamilton Park in celebration of “RH150”, the City’s 150th Anniversary.

RH150 Storage Bunker Mural – David Hamilton Park

Artist: Natasha Pelley-Smith

311 Valleymede Drive, Richmond Hill, ON, L4B 2E1

The City of Richmond Hill commissioned Natasha Pelley-Smith to paint Storage Bunker at David Hamilton Park in celebration of “RH150”, the City’s 150th Anniversary. For each project, artists were asked to capture Richmond Hill’s past, present and future to provide a sense of social connectivity and community pride.

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A family of eagles, surrounding an orange heart, are curled up inside a medicine wheel. A vine with purple flowers stretches across the orange background to the left.

Family Resurgence

Artist: Lorne Julien

381 Main Street Kentville, NS B4N 1K7

Lorne Julien is a Mi’kmaq artist from Millbrook Frist Nation who paints murals all over Nova Scotia. This mural emphasizes the strength and love of Indigenous families.

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A figure with a dog-like appearance sits at the front of a canoe, holding a torch and looking forward. A figure with antennas sits behind them, paddling with an ore.

Little Thunder and the Stone Canoe

Artist: Alan Syliboy

37 Cornwallis Street Kentville, NS B4N 2E2

Multi-disciplinary artist Alan Syliboy painted this mural in 2021, inspired by the M’ikmaw story of Little Thunder. Syliboy is a renowned artist and his work is exhibited all over Nova Scotia. More of his artwork can be found at https://alansyliboy.ca/ https://www.nfb.ca/film/vistas_little_thunder/

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