How architecture is beginning to mark a historic Indigenous presence
from Globe and Mail
I think I know where I am: Standing on a lawn at Humber College in the Etobicoke area of Toronto. But the area was known to Ojibwe people as Adoobiigok, which means "the place where the alders grow." I'm reminded of this because the name is marked on a tall spire of steel in front of me, which also features alder branches carved in relief. It's the first time I have seen that name, Adoobiigok, outside of a book. And this is no accident.
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