Little Kozzi is located on traditional lands of the Haudenosaunee, the Anishnabeg, and the Wendat peoples, and is the treaty territory of the Mississaugas of the Credit. It is also known as Tkaronto, which in Mohawk means "Where the Trees Meet the Water".
Many generations of Indigenous families have danced, played, hunted, fished, traded, told stories, gather medicinal herbs, and built a home here.
We acknowledge them (and any other Nations) as stewards and caretakers of this land for thousands of years in the past, in the present, and continue to be in the future. We share responsibility to look after this land, where we live and learn.