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April 19, 2010

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2010 Back-to-Batoche Canoe Trip

This year marks the 125th Anniversary of the Riel Resistance at Batoche – an opportunity for the Métis Nation – Saskatchewan and allies like CUPE Saskatchewan to remember that event and mark the important role that Métis people and culture play in our communities today.

Find information on the Back to Batoche Festival on the Metis Nation – Saskatchewan website and make arrangements to stay in Batoche following the canoe trip.

Registration information.

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