September 25, 2020

Indigenous healing garden opens in Selkirk, Manitoba

A new Indigenous healing garden opened to the public in the small Manitoba city of Selkirk this week. Anishnaabe Mashkiki Gitigaan or The People's Medicine Garden, was developed as part of the local school's First Nations, Métis and Inuit Studies course. The space is now open to act as a healing space for the whole community.

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