Anishinaabe "Distinct Society" monument of Winnipeg Beach, Manitoba
It is 35 feet tall. Plaque on the monument reads: "Here stands a tribute to the aboriginal people of Manitoba. What was once a 6 foot thick, 30 foot cedar log from Campbell River, British Columbia now stands as a symbol of brotherhood in Winnipeg Beach, Manitoba. This creation, by wood carver, Peter "Wolf" Toth, began on Canada Day, July 1, 1991 and was ceremoniously unveiled on September 1, 1991. This is the 67th carving in a long trail of Whispering Giants that started in 1970 and now reaches throughout most of North America. In creator Peter "Wolf" Toth's Words, "My monuments are made to remind people of the contributions of the Indians of this country - statues to honor the plight of the native peoples of North America" The Town of Winnipeg Beach and the Province of Manitoba Parks Branch have co-operated to locate this magnificant woodcarving for all to see. May it become a symbol of brotherhood and unity for all who pass this way."