SPRING FLING APRIL 227, 2024 LEBRET METIS FARM
ERIII Regional Returning Office:
430 Grand Ave.
Indian Head SK
Dogsleds were the original snowmobiles, transporting people across the snow-frosted forests and ice-kissed lakes of the north. Mix irresistible dogs with beautiful snow, and you’ve got the recipe for a winter adventure you won’t forget! Eagle Ridge Dog Sled Tours provides dog sled tours in southern Saskatchewan for youth and adults. The tours are either 4 or 6-mile tours and participants learn about the traditional aspects of mushing, the gear used, the dogs, and how to drive a team of their own.
ERIII has partnered with Garrick Schmidt to provide this unique winter event is 6 communities within the region.All Metis citizens are welcome to participate to a maximum of 30 people. You must pre-register. Please call: 306-695-3425 to register and for which location. Locations will be posted closer to the date of the event.
PLEASE NOTE: ALL OUTDOORS EVENTS ADHERE TO THE COVID 19 HEALTH GUIDELINES.
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Hosted by interdisciplinary Métis artist, mentor and author Leah Dorion the first ten episodes of ‘Paykiiwikay,’ which is Michif for “come and visit,” takes listeners on a journey through Métis communities around the province of Saskatchewan.
"Working on ‘Paykiiwikay’ has been one of the highlights of my broadcast career,” says producer and veteran journalist David McGuffin. “I am proud of my Métis roots, which date back to the fur trade. Like too many Canadians my understanding of the story of the Métis people faded out at the Battle of Batoche and the defeat of Louis Riel. Working with Leah and the Métis Nation–Saskatchewan on this series has opened my eyes to the depth and richness of Métis history, language and culture. I hope our listeners gain as much from listening to this ten part journey, as I did from working on it."
Canadian Geographic and Métis Nation–Saskatchewan (MN–S) are proud to present ‘Paykiiwikay’ Métis Culture Podcast, a new online series exploring the rich Métis culture and Michif language. Click below to listen to the podcasts.
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