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FSIN gets into the Christmas spirit by giving harvested meat to families



Larissa Burnouf
APTN News
In the spirit of Christmas, the Federation of Sovereign Indigenous Nations (FSIN) is giving back to people living in urban centres in Saskatchewan.

More than 900 kilograms of traditional meat harvested in the province is being donated to several organizations and families.

lburnouf@aptn.ca

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One Response to “FSIN gets into the Christmas spirit by giving harvested meat to families”

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    Kristianna Thomas December 21, 2017 at 12:12 pm #

    At this time of the year, the “holidays”, many poor communities struggle with putting food on their table. The ability, or inability, to put holiday food on the table is more difficult than in the Aboriginal communities throughout this hemisphere. Poverty reigns in the reservation and the urban communities. It is good that those who have endured the hardships of past sufferings have not forgotten where they came from. they are willing to lend a hand so that others may not suffer as they have. In the south, North America, there are many Black, Latino, Asian, poor White, and Aboriginal communities that will go without this Christmas. More should follow his example and give in the spirit of the season. For it is better to give; than to recieve.