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Indigenous Knowledge Facilitation in Tichborne

Kokum Makwa Cultural Enterprises is an indigenous knowledge facilitation business, whose aim is to help build bridges of understanding between the mainstream and native communities. We are driven by our passion to educate, so we always work hard in our efforts to build a better understanding of the Indigenous communities, their culture, and their traditional practises. You can reach us at +16138768239 to find out more about us.

Our Mission

Our passion for an improved, connected community is enabling us to come together as a team with other Indigenous service providers and, in the process, create a positive name for ourselves and our organisation over the years.

About the owner

Mrs. Danka Brewer is a traditional Omaamiiwinini woman from the Shabot Obaadjiwan First Nation Community. Mrs. Brewer is a 5th generation direct descendant of Chief Frances Sharbot and Mary Susan Nigik. Mrs. Brewer has been working with schools sharing traditional knowledge and crafts for at least the last 12 years. Mrs. Brewer carries teachings on traditional hand drumming, Algonquin language, seasonal environmental teachings, traditional food harvesting and preparation, leather crafting, storytelling, beading, medicine wheel and women's teachings. Mrs. Brewer has been a member of the Joint Limestone District School Board and Algonquin Lakeshore Catholic School Board Indigenous Education Advisory Council since its inception.


1 Reviews

Candace Lloyd

25 October 2020

25 October


Wonderful language teacher, knowledge holder and facilitator of Algonquin culture and history. Would highly recommend to those who seek their roots and to those...
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