Photo credit: National Archives of Canada

Indians of Canada Pavilion

The Indians of  Canada Pavilion on Ile Notre-Dame adjoins the pavilions of the Atlantic Provinces and of Canada. Expo-Express provides convenient access.

In all parts of Canada, Indians have discussed and helped to shape their exhibit. Indian painters, carvers and other artists have worked to translate the concept which evolved into a form of significant expression.

Through their exhibit, the Indians of Canada speak to fellow Canadians and to the other peoples against the background of Man and his World.

Primarily the Indian people want to present the problems with which they are faced by involvement in a modern technological society, and to affirm their will to preserve the traditional moral and spiritual values of their forefathers.

This is a positive expression of Indian thought. While the Canadian Indian approaches the Expo 67 Theme in terms of himself and of his own world, the subject is a common experience of Man.

Click here to see a model to scale of the Indians of Canada Pavilion.

Click here to see Henry Hunt finishing a pole for Expo 67.

Click here to see a carving being done by Indian artist Robert Davidson at Expo 67.

Click here to see the designed artwork for the aboriginal exterior of the Indians of Canada Pavilion by Indian artist George Charles Clutesi.

Click here to see a map of the Indians of Canada floor plan.