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Saugeen Ojibway Nation welcomes high school students

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Saugeen Ampitheatre built with ancient methods

Saugeen Ojibway Nation (SON) Chief Randall Kaghee welcomes high school students

"It's all about building bridges," said Saugeen Ojibway Nation (SON) Chief, Randall Kaghee as he welcomed high school students from Owen Sound's St. Mary's High School.

The students visited the SON community over three days to learn about indigenous culture.

Drummer & singer Brenda Kewageshig performed a spiritual song

Chief Kaghee explained the history of the Saugeen community and how it came to exist in Bruce County.

"This (Saugeen) is a communal land," he said. "We are partners with the Nawash peoples (Cape Croker) and we hope that you will come again in the future to learn and share more in our culture and beliefs."

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