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Register for Indigenous culinary Workshops

HOW IT WORKS: Once you’ve registered, a meal kit will be delivered to you by our courier partner, Gopher It! This package will include all the ingredients you’ll need to partake in this workshop. You will also receive a follow-up email prior to workshop day. This email will include a link to our very own video tutorial and instructions. 

*Cost includes kit (with authentic materials), delivery, and applicable taxes.

Culinary Workshop with Chef Trudy

Trudy's workshop tickets are now sold out
Trudy Metcalfe-Coe is Inuk originally from Nain, Nunatsiavut and is the only Inuit Chef in southern Canada. Trudy now calls Ottawa home where she shares her passion for cooking and offers a taste of her culture through her creations.
Trudy's Workshop takes place on:
June 12 at 5:00 PM – 6:00 pm.

Culinary Workshop with Chef Cezin

Marie-Cecile Kakgoosh Nottaway-Wawatie, otherwise known as Chef Cezin, is of Algonquin ancestry, born in Rapid Lake, but raised in the Parc de la Verendrye, QC. In 2005, she set her family roots in Kitigan Zibi. Inspired by her ancestry and long line of strong Anishinabe First Nation women, and by her Kokom's simple recipes, Cezin offers contemporary cuisine and traditional Algonquin food.
Cezin's Workshop takes place on:
June 7 at 5:00 PM – 6:00 pm.

Foraged Traditional Teas With Chef Paul Owl

Paul Owl is from the Serpent River First Nation in Northern Ontario. He is a thirty-something year old entrepreneur with 3 beautiful children and the love of his life, his wife Ashley. Mr. Owl has recently collaborated with his childhood friend to start the Canninish Group of Companies. Some of their newest start-ups include: Campn.Fish, a fully catered adventure on the land; and, Edible Hills Farm, a regenerative farm focussed on educating, promoting and supporting local foods.
Paul's Workshop takes place on:
June 14 at 5:00 pm – 6:00 pm.

Follow Along with Chef Cezin

Starts today at 5:00 pm EST.