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Culture Days will return September 20 – October 13, 2024.

Traditional Arts with Caitlyn Bird - St. Joseph's Hospital

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St. Joseph's Hospital - Main Entrance

Thunder Bay, ON

Directions: St. Joseph's Hospital's new Main Entrance - Living Wall.



Offered in English.

Wheelchair accessible.


Caitlyn Bird is an Anishinaabe artist with roots in Noatkamegwanning First Nation and grew up in Thunder Bay. Join Caitlyn as she shares her artwork, and speaks about the meaning and cultural significance of the art.

This event will take place just inside St. Joseph's Hospital's new Main Entrance. The space, bathed in natural light, is a gathering space of art and nature. Visitors will see Carl Ray's original artwork, "Wa Quish the Fox" as well as interpretive historical displays and a two-storey living wall.



St. Joseph's Care Group

St. Joseph’s Care Group (SJCG) combines tradition and innovation in responding to the unmet needs of the people of Northwestern Ontario since 1884. We are here for our clients, offering a broad range of programs and services in Addictions & Mental Health, Rehabilitative Care, and Seniors’ Health across eight sites in the City of Thunder Bay.

With over 2,200 staff and growing, we pride ourselves on maintaining our core values of Care, Compassion, and Commitment. We are recognized as a leader in delivering safe, high-quality health care and have been Accredited with Exemplary Standing, the highest level awarded by Accreditation Canada.

Our vast service area and culturally diverse client population includes many remote and isolated communities where access to specialized health services is a challenge. To meet that challenge, we find new and innovative ways to deliver care through technology and strong partnerships, and are Northwestern Ontario’s regional lead for Rehabilitative Care, Behavioural Supports, Rapid Access Addiction Medicine, and Palliative Care.

Coupling research with mobilization, our Centre for Applied Health Research (CAHR) supports internal and external staff and clinicians through expertise, project consultation and knowledge translation.

Our Behavioural Sciences Centre provides service to many companies and businesses in the region through Employee & Family Assistance Programs, the provision of confidential, high-quality counseling, as well as insurance and workplace assessment services.

St. Joseph’s Care Group is rooted in a tradition that began 135 years ago with the opening of Thunder Bay’s first hospital. We are always changing, always finding new ways to meet the needs of the people we serve, and always here for you when you need us.


St. Joseph's Care Group