Interlake at Manitoba Games

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Team Interlake excels at Manitoba Games

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PHOTO BY KELSEY SCHAEFER Citizens young and old gathered together, dressed in full traditional costume, to take part in the opening ceremony of the 145th Treaty Days celebration Aug. 13. BY KELSEY SCHAEFER kschaefer@postmedia.com Brokenhead Ojibway Nation celebrated the 145th year anniversary of Treaty Days Aug. 13 and 14. The BON are a proud First Nation who are focused on providing education and opportunities that can help assure a positive tomorrow for the youth, elders and families of the community. The weekend marked 145 years since the signing of Treaty One, the first of 11 treaties negotiated between 1871 and 1921, over regarding land settlement for Manitoba newcomers. Each year, the Treaty Day Celebrations Committee spends months planning the yearly celebration so that all members and visitors have events to participate in. The weekend was filled with activities such as trail rides, petting zoos, a baseball tournament, races and even a laser tag area. There were also spectacles such as live musical performances, outdoor movies as well as the traditional Pow Wow ceremony grand entry at 1 p.m. Jim Bear, Chief of BON, has been involved in the event since the mid 1980s and believes the event to be one of the most fun and welcoming celebrations available in the province. ?Although it is about celebrating the First Nations people, everyone is very welcoming and willing to share and educate about our heritage,? Bear said. ?It?s all about tradition and having fun by coming together to greet old friends and meet new ones.? While the event is fun-filled for all, organizers make an effort to keep things traditional as the Pow Wow remains a symbol of BON?s continued celebration of the First Nations people.

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