Countdown is on to North American Indigenous Games in Nova Scotia – CBC
Feb 01, 2023
Halifax, Dartmouth, Millbrook First Nation to host more than 5,000 athletes in July
The countdown is on to the North American Indigenous Games being hosted in Nova Scotia after nearly three years of delays.
From July 15-23, Halifax, Dartmouth and Millbrook First Nation will welcome 5,250 athletes from nearly 760 Indigenous communities, as they compete in 16 sports.
Fiona Kirkpatrick Parsons, who is Woodland Cree from Lac La Ronge First Nation in northern Saskatchewan, is the chair and federal representative for the 2023 North American Indigenous Games.
Kirkpatrick Parsons spoke with Mainstreet host Jeff Douglas Tuesday about the upcoming Games.
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