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Saugeen First Nation

The Saugeen First Nation can be found on the shores of the beautiful Lake Huron at the base of the Bruce Peninsula. We are located 2 miles northeast of Southampton and approximately 18 miles west of Owen Sound on Highway 21

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The Saugeen First Nation can be found on the shores of the beautiful Lake Huron at the base of the Bruce Peninsula. We are located 2 miles northeast of Southampton and approximately 18 miles west of Owen Sound on Highway 21. Saugeen First Nation is conveniently located within 2 to 3 hours of major centers such as Toronto, Barrie, Kitchener, London and Sarnia.

The Ojibway heritage is rich in colour and expression. This is evident in dance, works of art and the hand made craft creations. The public is invited to sample the Saugeen Ojibway’s cultural heritage and experience their gracious hospitality. A visit to the Saugeen Amphitheatre in July or August will allow an opportunity to experience firsthand the Ojibway culture by participating in workshops and other programs. While visiting the community, the visit wouldn’t be complete without a stop at the Little Barn Craft Shop, which carries an assortment of native crafts and art from throughout Ontario.

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