Time to Heal; and truth before reconciliation

Artist: Janice Wu; seth cardinal dodginghorse; 馬鳳齡 Fung Ling Feimo

3rd Avenue Southeast & 1st Street Southeast, Calgary, AB T2G 0B7, Canada

All four signal box locations explore Time in different ways; from traditional Chinese calligraphy with historical photos of Chinatown, and the history shared by Tsúùt’ínà artist about his ancestor Chief Bullhead and Fort Calgary, to stylised tigers inspired by the colours of Cantonese opera, to age-old medicinal remedies that have survived many generations, to contemporary Canto phraseology and street calligraphy.

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The Wisdom Mural

Artist: Claudia Salguero

1365 Bank St Ottawa ON K1H 8K8

The Wisdom Mural Project, installed on August 5th 2021, is a call to action to care for our planet. It was a two-year long journey, which sought to understand the depth to which ancestral teachings from Canada and around the world could strengthen our connection with and respect for Mother Nature.

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Storytelling Mural and Healing Corridor

Artist: Monica Wickeler and Nyle Migiizi Johnston

Central Hospital Lane, Toronto, ON, Canada

A collaboration between Monica Wickeler – artist/facilitator Nyle Miigizi Johnston -collaborating lead artist and youth mentor (Contemporary/Traditional storyteller/visual artist, Chippewas of Nawash Unceded First Nation).

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Our Relations

Artist: Kseniya Tsoy, Mark Seabrook, Tito Medina

Montréal Road & Marier Avenue, Ottawa, ON, Canada

“Our Relations” is a monument to diversity. It is a sculpturesque mural art piece produced by Indigenous (Mark Seabrook), immigrant (Kseniya Tsoy) and refugee (Tito Medina) artists.

Funded by the Diversity in the Arts Program of the City of Ottawa and Vanier BIA.

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Weaving the future

Artist: Yasaman Mehrsa, Melika Saeeda, Ghazaleh Rastgar

477 Oakwood Avenue, York, ON, Canada

Organizer: Oakwood village BIA
Sponsored by: Mural Routes, Steps Public Art
Measurements: 22’x54’
Theme: A Common Thread

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Resilience

Artist: Cristina Delago, Cedar Ridge Community youth

Cedar Ridge Creative Centre 225 Confederation Drive Toronto, ON M1G 1B2

This mural was initiated by the Community Arts Guild in Scarborough. It was a community mosaic project led by Cristina Delago with youth from Scarborough and youth from S.A.G.E. Group.
It is a concrete building adjacent to the Cedar Ridge Community Centre. The mosaic covers the 3 main walls of the building.
Created in August of 2021.

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