Sask Polytech Hosts Aboriginal Storytelling Month Kick Off –

by pmnationtalk on February 5, 201944 Views

February 05, 2019

Storytelling is one of the oldest traditions in some indigenous cultures, which is why the provincial government proclaims February each year as Aboriginal Storytelling month.

To kick off the month filled with events and activities, Saskatchewan Polytechnic in Moose Jaw hosted an event Monday to honour the tradition and engage their staff, students and residents with storytelling.

Two speakers took to the podium after dignitaries within the post-secondary institution detailed the importance of the event and the impact it makes on their facilities. one of the speakers was James Chamakese, who is also a talented Flute Player as well.

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