Pow Wows in Wauzhushk Onigum honour survivors of Residential Schools, Day Schools, and the ’60s Scoop, and celebrate students graduating from the University of Manitoba
By Lindsay Bain — Published January 30, 2023
Tags: anishinaabe, Canada, Culture, Indigenous, Ontario, powwow, reconciliation, traditions, treaties
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