Indigenous Art by Métis Artist Angie Saltman

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Turtle Island Indigenous Economy Canada Notebook


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This original design represents the traditional economies that existed before Canada and the importance of our fresh water sources. 

The Métis symbol hovers above the prairie provinces and the feather and inukshuk show the First Nation and Inuit lands across the country.  

Beside the beaver is a maple leaf, a globally recognized symbol of Canada. It ties into the global nature of economics and trade. The loon on the far side represents leadership. With its wings spread far, the loon is showing its power. 

The ripples moving out from the design show how economic development ripples out into the world. Incorporated through the design is dot work – a digital reflection of traditional Métis beadwork. 

Design by Ojibwe Métis artist Angie Saltman. 

  • 118 ruled line pages (59 sheets) 
  • Front cover print 
  • Dark grey back cover 
  • 8" x 6"

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