The term "Algonquin" was apparently introduced to the world by Samuel de Champlain in 1603, typically, by mistake.He was referring to a specific group of Native Americans he had encountered at Tadoussac, which the Malecite had told him were "Elaegomogwik," which means either, "These people are our allies," or "The people on the other shore." Champlain mispronounced it "Algoumekin" which later became Algonquin, and this is the name still used today to refer to the nation of the (misnamed) Ottawa River.The Butchers Arms offer a wide range of high quality, locally and internationally sourced cuisine.A range of delicious, starters, sumptuous main courses and tasty puddings are complemented by beautiful surroundings and first class service!To provide an annual opportunity to generate celebratory, cultural, artistic & educational events which affirm the lives of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transsexual, transgender, two-spirited people & our allies through activities which promote unity, inclusion, & awareness of sexual & gender diversity.The 2017 Pride London Festival will take place from July 20th - 30th!
If you feel unsafe using the Internet, the best thing is to use a computer at your local library or at a friend’s house.Selected works are accompanied by responses in poetry, music, and prose contributed by members of the University community. The Art Museum will be closed June 5-15 for installation of the new exhibition. With more than 2,000 works of art, six exhibition galleries, changing installations, a print study room and a variety of programs for the University and the public, the Art Museum provides countless opportunities for the study and enjoyment of art. Nonetheless, Allumette Island was a turning point in the civilization.There is little doubt that the Anishinabe-Algonkians of Allumette are the direct descendants of the so-called "Clovis" people, long considered the oldest group of Native Americans. X FIREWOOD – Green and seasoned wood available now.