This is part of the Idle No More Sovereignty Summer; this is "ground zero" for many generations in my family, I woke up to it last year when I went back to the land and I saw first hand the ongoing extraction of resources on my peoples lands without consultation or consent. Logging activities continue on the Treaty 6 Territory, we have been told they will not stop. Even as these lands are the traditional and Treaty lands of Chief Saysewahum. These lands belong to the descendants of Chief Saysewahum, we are here to say "stop the logging". These lands have graves in various locations and sacred sites. The walk will begin at Hachet Lake and wrap near Zigzag Bay where we have an old hunting cabin.
We will begin with a pipe ceremony and end with a barbeque. Come join us as we walk on nehiyaw traditional lands and waters. The walk is approximately 25km long so bring your walking shoes and be prepared to see beautiful and pristine lands.
*Bring your lawn chairs, be prepared for rain or shine. If its a warm day we will move forward but if its raining too much we may postpone.
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