How To Stencil

Learn how to stencil a Moccasin Identifier by watching this video. The video will take you step by step through the stencilling process. Stencil kits available for sale through our online shop.

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Welcome to the Moccasin Identifier Project

This project has been developed by Carolyn King in partnership with Mississaugas of the Credit First Nation and the The Greenbelt Foundation, to promote public awareness of significant cultural historic sites and the ancestral presence of First Nations, Metis and Indigenous Communities.

“If we, as First Nations People, don’t get a marker on the ground today, we will be lost forever.” Carolyn King

How You Can Help

Buy A Home Kit

Purchase a kit to use at home and help us leave our mark.

Donate to the Project

Donations help fund resources for public installations & presentations.

Buy A School Kit

School curriculum kits are available now with additional educational resources.

Latest News

Find out what we've been up to and where we've been and where we are going.

Moccasin Identifier at The Ravine

The Ravine with Moccasin Identifier (location: Ontario Place, Toronto) The Ravine is the gateway to the park, offering the first glimpse of Lake Ontario. Developed in collaboration with the Mississaugas ...

The Fourth Pillar Forum

Listening to Carolyn King former Chief of the Mississaugas of the New Credit First Nation, tonight at The Fourth Pillar Forum speaking about the Moccasin Identifier Project.

Fort York’s Indigenous Arts Festival

On Friday, June 21, at Fort York’s Indigenous Arts Festival, the Moccasin Identifier celebrated a long awaited moment - the official launch of the Moccasin Identifier. After twenty years of ...

Our Partners

We appreciate and acknowledge the support of the following organizations

Want to learn more about The Moccasin Identifier Project and how you can help spread awareness in your community?