Created in 1967 by Tony and Henry Hunt, the Totem Pole remains today the last vestige of the "Indians of Canada" Pavilion, built for Expo 67.
It represents familiar and mythic animals of family lineage or clan. The impressive Totem was carved by aboriginal artists from British Columbia. During the summer of 2007, it was restored by the artist's family members according to the Kwakiutl ancestral tradition.
|All year||6 a.m. to 10 p.m.|
Getting to the art piece
Jean-Drapeau subway station