The site of La Maison amérindienne
allows you to discover multiple facets of Indigenous cultures in Quebec and Canada. Inaugurated at the turn of the century, in the year 2000, La Maison amérindienne
is a tangible trace of the International Decade of the World's Indigenous People, which was launched by the General Assembly of the UN on December 9, 1994. Marked by an original genesis inspired by the social movement of its founder, Painter-Sculptor André Michel and his situation, since it is located outside of a reserve, La Maison amérindienne
is a place for many nations, recognized by the Gouvernement du Québec as a cultural social economy entreprise.