Saskatoon development - Leaders from FSIN and Saskatchewan tribal councils joined Kahkewistahaw First Nation chief and council on Aug. 30 to celebrate the completion of a ceremonial teepee. The structure stands in front of the new FSIN building that is being constructed on land owned by Kahkewistahaw.

Amidst applause and the sound of drumming, FSIN Chief Bobby Cameron placed the final piece on a large, ceremonial teepee on Monday, Aug. 30. The timber used for the poles was brought from Bella Bella, B.C. and erected through partnerships with Pioneer Homes and Timber Kings. The structure stands in front of the new FSIN […]

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