Historic Saugeen Métis, an independent, historic Métis community located at Southampton, Ontario, represents the descendants of Métis in the historic Saugeen community prior to settlement. HSM assert credible s. 35 aboriginal communal rights in the Métis Saugeen territory. The community has been along the Lake Huron shoreline with continuity for almost two hundred years.
Saturday, August 11, 2018 Pioneer Park, Southampton Time: 11:00am – 3:00pm Enjoy an afternoon of Métis fiddle music and dancing featuring award winning fiddler Shane Cook & Friends. Enjoy deep-fried lake whitefish on a bun and refreshments, moderately priced....read more
Bruce Power has posted their current career opportunities for the week of July 9th, 2018. The current listing is regularly reviewed on the Bruce Power careers portal with proper descriptions and application details. If you have any questions specific towards a...
Special guest instructor Ken Maracle will teach participants how to make their own miniature wampum belt.
Invite HSM Diplomacy and Trade workshop in the Great Lakes
Bruce Power External Postings 07May2018
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Visit the HSM Interpretive Learning Centre
The Historic Saugeen Métis Interpretive Learning Centre is located in downtown Southampton, Ontario. The Centre is open to the public and features a variety of artifacts and displays that highlight the unique culture and heritage of the local historic Métis community.
Admission is free.
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For 113 years, from 1805 to 1918, the fur trade outpost of Fort Dunvegan was the focus of events in the Peace River region. The fort was built by Archibald Norman McLeod, a famous Nor Wester and believed ancestor to the well-known McLeod family of the Nawash Reserve,...