The wooden sculpture was donated by Canada in 1960, on occasion of Mexico´s 150th Independence anniversary. Its bright colors are typical of the carved pieces that depict the history and ancestry of the northeastern natives of the Canadian coast. The Totem displays the aboriginal people´s connection with the mysterious forces of nature.
The monument was restored in 2014, as a commemoration of the 70 years of foreign relations between the two countries, and was done by the Canadian Embassy in Mexico and the Government of Mexico City, through the Secretaría del Medio Ambiente (Ministry of Environment).
First Section. Nearest entrance through the Quebradora gate.
Tuesday-Sunday, 5:00 am to 7:00 pm. Summer schedule 5:00 am to 8:00 pm.