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Native Language students participate in Remembrance Day Celebrations at Atikmeksheng First Nation


November 9, 2018 - Native Language students at St. James were invited to Atikmeksheng First Nation on Thursday November 8, 2018 to take part in the Remembrance Day Community Celebrations. The students sang O’ Canada and recited In Flanders Fields during the ceremony. Two students Hope and Jacob were asked to bring in the Community First Nations Youth Wreath. The ceremony was followed by a brief social and a community feast. The students had a great time learning about history, culture and ceremony.



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