Remembering and Resistance is an art project that offers North Hastings community members opportunities to learn about the Opioid Crisis, homelessness and the housing crisis as well as Indigenous identity and Canada's colonial history of violence. It offers opportunities to honour, remember, resist and find hope through collective grieving and art making.

Workshops Welcome Community

Madaouskarini Algonquin Workshop - Honouring

November 17, 2022 from 12:00pm - 1:30pm. Location to be determined.

The Opioid Crisis and Housing Crisis Workshop - Honouring

January 19, 2023 from 12:00pm - 1:30pm. Location to be determined.

Shadow Box Memorial Workshop - Remembering

March 16, 2023.

Final Community Art Build and Celebration - Resistance and Hope

September, 2023.

More details to come! People of all genders and ages are welcome to join. No arts experience necessary. For updates on these workshops, follow us on Facebook. For any access needs or questions, contact us via email at

Find the full media release at the following link:

Check out images from the first CCIR phase 2 gathering:

Partners: Kijicho Manito Madaouskarini Algonquin First Nation, North Hastings Community Trust, ReDefine Arts, and North Hastings Community Integration Association.

We gratefully acknowledge support for this project provided by the Ontario Arts Council.


Noreen Tinney, Victoria Burke, Eliza Plumley & Marlena Zuber, Artistic Leads

Community Corridor of Resilience and Inclusion


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