Experience Wikwemikong; a proud, progressive, and prosperous First Nation
With a mandate to help spread more awareness about Anishnaabek culture and this beautiful indigenous community in order to create a foundation for sustainable tourism that will position their territory as a four season destination, we are pleased to announce the partnership of Wikwemikong and the Driftscape app!
"Driftscape will make the history and beauty of Wikwemikong more accessible to both community members and visitors by both highlighting and educating all those who utilize the app." Says Dustin Peltier, Marketing and Product Development Coordinator, Wikwemikong
With several such interesting stories and highlights mapped in the Driftscape app, Wikwemikong has successfully created a unique opportunity for locals and visitors to indulge in their vast picturesque wilderness, while they learn about the beautiful culture, history and local businesses of the Anishinabek people.
Wiikwemkoong Unceded Territory is the fifth largest First Nation in Canada in terms of geographical land mass at a total of 55,781.1 hectares. We are centred on Odawa Mnis (Manitoulin island) and the surrounding islands in Lake Huron, and included in our territory is Point Grondine land holdings on the north shore near Killarney Provincial Park. Our lands are Unceded, which means that we have not relinquished any of our rights to any of the lands in the Great Lakes Basin to any nation. Located on the eastern peninsula, Wiikwemkoong is home to the people of Three Fires Confederacy:
Driftscape is a Canadian startup whose core product is a local discovery and travel app. The Driftscape app provides a platform for municipalities and unique cultural organizations to share their stories in an interactive and engaging fashion to a growing base of active users.
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