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Saulteaux First Nation Thanksgiving Powwow

Sep 20, 2022 Saulteaux First Nation Thanksgiving Powwow will be October 7 – 9. See the poster for details. Read More: https://larongenow.com/2022/09/20/saulteaux-first-nation-thanksgiving-powwow/

by ahnationtalk on September 20, 202215 Views

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Ocean Man First Nation Powwow attracts more than 100 dancers – SaskToday.ca

Powwow returned after taking a two-year hiatus. OCEAN MAN FIRST NATION – After two long years, Ocean Man First Nation was able to host a powwow at the Lost Horse Hills Powwow Grounds. Powwows are particularly important to the Indigenous people. It is a gathering of nations, family and a way to celebrate life and […]

by ahnationtalk on September 16, 202219 Views

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Coast-to-Coast-to-Coast: Call, Respond, Reflect Drums Across Canada Event Doubles in Size to Close 2022 Celebration of Nations Indigenous Arts Gathering

Coast-to-Coast-to-Coast: Call, Respond, Reflect Drums Across Canada Event Doubles in Size to Close 2022 Celebration of Nations Indigenous Arts Gathering Thursday 1 September 2022 – Drums Across Canada returns at 3:30 p.m. (EDT) on 11 September 2022 as a FREE live and virtual cross-country drum circle broadcast event drawing the Celebration of Nations gathering to […]

by pmnationtalk on September 2, 2022155 Views

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Gathering of Nations celebrates Indigenous culture – larongeNOW

Aug 30, 2022 Over the course of the next few days, residents from over a dozen communities across northern Saskatchewan will be in Prince Albert for a special event. The Gathering of Nations, hosted by Prince Albert Grand Council, is being held on the Chief Joseph Custer reserve, which was once home to both the […]

by ahnationtalk on August 31, 202218 Views

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Audie Murray Selected as Indigenous Artist in Residence

August 24, 2022 The City of Regina is pleased to announce that Audie Murray, a local Michif visual artist based in Oskana kâ-asastêki (Regina, Saskatchewan; Treaty 4 territory), has been selected as the City’s first ever Indigenous Artist in Residence. During her residency, Audie will explore the theme of ‘Urban Indigeneity’. Her artwork proposal involves […]

by ahnationtalk on August 25, 202290 Views

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Signage Unveiled for John Hopkins Regina Soundstage

August 24, 2022 Today, the Government of Saskatchewan and family of the late John Hopkins unveiled new signage to mark the John Hopkins Regina Soundstage’s new name. The unveiling took place at an event to honour Mr. Hopkins for his dedication to economic development, inclusion and reconciliation. “John Hopkins was a strong advocate for economic […]

by ahnationtalk on August 24, 202229 Views

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Preserving and Promoting Dakota Language Through High School Curriculum

August 24, 2022 The Government of Saskatchewan is pleased to announce the addition of the Dakota language to the growing list of secondary level Indigenous language curricula available in Saskatchewan. The Dakota 10, 20, 30 curriculum will join the other provincial secondary level Indigenous languages curricula already available, including Nēhiyawēwin 10, 20, 30; Dene 10, […]

by ahnationtalk on August 24, 202231 Views

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BATC powwow at Sweetgrass brings nations together – battlefordsNOW

Aug 18, 2022 The sound of the drums and jingle dancers can be heard at Sweetgrass First Nation this week as Battlefords Agency Tribal Chiefs Inc. (BATC) holds its three-day powwow. The event will run until Thursday at the host’s arbour grounds. Wednesday’s celebrations included dignitaries from area First Nations, as well as guests – […]

by ahnationtalk on August 18, 202229 Views

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Lower Hudson House Receives Provincial Heritage Property Designation

August 15, 2022 The Government of Saskatchewan has designated Lower Hudson House as the province’s 56th Provincial Heritage Property. The site is located in the Nisbet Provincial Forest approximately 35 kilometres west of Prince Albert on the North Saskatchewan River. “Lower Hudson House is an important archaeological site that features the remains of late 18th […]

by ahnationtalk on August 16, 202236 Views

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Carlton’s Indigenous Day Celebration – paNOW

Aug 15, 2022 Carlton’s Indigenous Day Celebration will be Sept. 16th/22: 9:15 AM Grand Entry (Soccer Pitch) 9:15 AM Trade fair (in Cafeteria) 10:30 AM Powwow (outside – soccer pitch) 10:30 AM Bannock on a stick (outside) 10:30 AM TIPI teachings & raising of Carlton’s tipis 10:30 AM Break out session # 1 (various classrooms […]

by ahnationtalk on August 16, 202239 Views

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