Educational Resources

The Woodland Cultural Centre

The Woodland Cultural Center(WCC) opened in 1972 after the closure of the Mohawk Institute Residential School, with guidance from the Association of Iroquois and Allied Indians(AIAI). The WCC focuses on promoting, preserving and strengthening Indigenous culture, art, language, and history, by offering language classes, museum exhibitions, access to the arts, and an extensive library. 

“As a centre of excellence, Woodland Cultural Center envisions a future where Hodinohsho:ni people will speak their language, know and practice their culture, and share their history.” 

Go to the WCC website to learn more about the Center’s mandate and mission. More information on the programs and educational resources the WCC offers can also be found on the website.