Eagle Spirits of the Great Waters

Indigenous Arts and Cultures

what makes us Standout

The values we live by

Our Mission

We are Indigenous and non-Indigenous people sharing, celebrating and creating space for Indigenous Arts and Cultures along the north shores of Lake Ontario, based in south Mississauga.

Our Vision

We do this by: • Organizing Art Exhibitions and Community Gatherings Teaching Arts, crafts and Language through Workshops Establishing a COMMUNITY DRUMMING GROUP Offering HEALING CEREMONIES Growing a Three Sisters GARDEN to share knowledge and food.

Our Values

To create spaces for healing and reconciliation. We partner with Indigenous artists & knowledge keepers to share, teach, or perform. We work in tandem with the non–Indigenous community organizations to accomplish shared goals We receive support from local community and we support local businesses.

Land Acknowledgement

This land acknowledgement is for the Indigenous People who have inhabited and cared for this land before us for thousands of years. The nations mentioned in this acknowledgment are the Ojibway, Potawatomi, Odawa, Algonquin, Huron-Wendat, Neutral, Petun, Seneca, Haudensaunee, Metis and The Mississauga of The Credit First Nation.

We show honour for the sun, the sky, the water and the earth and its core, which also deserve recognition and respect as necessary elements for our lives here.

The great tree of peace is important for all of us to join together in unity, as we are all connected, not only by its roots, but in many subtle ways.

 Today, Mississauga is still home to many Indigenous people from across Turtle Island. We are grateful to have the opportunity to live, work, and protect these lands and waters with them. By doing so, we show respect for the importance of Indigenous Peoples, their history, and our future together. May we show our gratefulness to have the opportunity to work, play and live on this land, by giving our greatest respect to its first inhabitants.


About Eagle Spirits

Eagle Spirits of the Great Waters is an Indigenous led community of people, both Indigenous and non-Indigenous. We create space for Indigenous Arts & Culture by gathering, sharing, and learning. We host events, workshops, classes and gatherings for the community and our members to learn and experience Indigenous beliefs.

Indigenous Arts and Cultures

Connecting Communites through Indigenous Teachings

Uniting Indigenous and non-Indigenous people through education, celebration, engagement and experiences

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Benefits of Membership

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What People are Saying

“Building inclusive community, with respect for the past and an eye on the future generations.”
Catherine S
“Very pleased to have the opportunity to discover this wonderful community organization, to listen, to share, to explore, and take small steps together toward #reconciliation ”
Jim D
“Thank you so much for two incredible days, the performers were fantastic, the food was delicious, the art was touching and thought-provoking… I could go on lol! Can’t wait for next year! ”
Susan L

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