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I was freelancing for a Native newspaper in Southern Alberta and they wanted a story on the famous Ojibway painter.
Journey of the Spirit" is a five-day program to learn about Cree, Blackfoot, Sioux, Ojibway and Dene human development from the Broader Determinants of Health framework and Cultural perspective.
We say there are four learnings," says Vern Douglas, an Ojibway and cultural advisor at Trent University, Peterborough, Ont.
Native American Chuck Warren enthralled the youngsters with tales of Nana Bush, a fictional character who features in stories of the Ojibway tribe.
The project will also provide an opportunity for youth exchanges and the development of long-term economic and cultural partnerships between the Ojibway and Williche peoples.
Echoing the protocols of these first powwows, the women's Jingle Dress dance style developed among the Ojibway Indians in the early 1900s.
While evidence points to the find being a burial site used by the Huron people, there is a chance the site contains the remains of Ojibway and Iroquoian people as well, Nahrgang said.
It was the early 1800s and the traditional territory of the Ojibway had been dissected by the border between American and Canadian territories.