Land Acknowledgement

We would like to acknowledge that Cabin Boy Knits is on the traditional lands of the Haudenosaunee, Huron-Wendat and Anishinaabe peoples. As we are all treaty people, we will work to honour the Williams Treaty and Upper Canada Treaty of 1764-1862. We acknowledge that this land is shared, respected and cared for and thank those who have done so since time immemorial. As a steward of the land we occupy, Cabin Boy Knits will work towards preserving the forest and land as much as possible. In doing so, we are ensuring that this land will be healthy for generations to come as well as respecting our treaty duties. Cabin boy Knits will work towards honouring treaty duties through the promotion of Indigenous plants and medicines, education on Canadian and Indigenous history, and the promotion of Indigenous knowledge. I thank the land and the Haudenosaunee, Huron-Wendat and Anishinaabe peoples to be able to use the plants, medicines, and knowledge they provide.

For that I give thanks, Niawen’kó:wa, Tiawenhk, Chi-miigwech

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