Kenjgewin Teg is centrally located on Mnidoo Mnising (Manitoulin Island, ON) which makes it a great place for learning! Mnidoo Mnising is known by the Anishinabek people to be a special and sacred place. In its history, the Three Fires Confederacy is a longstanding political and military alliance consisting of the Ojibwa, Odawa and Potawatomi, with this alliance still in place today.
Kenjgewin Teg is located in the M’Chigeeng First Nation, ON. Mnidoo Mnising is the largest freshwater island in the world with over 100 inland lakes, with an area of 2,766 km2 (1,068 sq mi). Year-round motor-vehicle access to Mnidoo Mnising is welcomed by a one-lane swing bridge crossing the North Channel; and, annually from late May to early October, a daily passenger-vehicle ferry, the MS Chi-Cheemaun (Ojibwe for “Big Canoe”), travels between Tobermory on the tip of the Bruce Peninsula and South Baymouth on Mnidoo Mnising. The closest urban city to M’Chigeeng First Nation where Kenjgewin Teg his hosted, is Sudbury, ON; it is a driving distance of approximately 150 km.