by Shalan Joudry, Contributor

Respected Elder Agnes Potter with community drummers at feast time.

L’sitkuk (Bear River First Nation) held a four-day gathering/conference the last week of May that brought artistic, cultural, and environmental themes to the forefront of the community. The opening ceremony was lead by Respected Elder Agnes Potter and supported by Chief Frank Meuse.

The week was organized by the community health centre and an environmental project leader, with strong partnerships and fu ...

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