The City of Kenora's looking for art works from the Norman Bridge. City clerk Heather Kasprick says it's important for reconciliation.
"Just recognizing Indigenous pieces -- and especially art work of these kinds of significance -- can go a long way," says Kasprick.
According to the city, when the Norman Bay Bridge was built in 1948, there were Indigenous figures made from metal rods posted on the stone pillars at each entrance. When the bridge underwent reconstruction, the four figures were taken down and put into storage.
There won't be any questions asked, if the pieces are returned, Kasprick noted. However, the amnesty is only being offered for the month of November.