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CONDOLENCES TO THE COMMUNITIES OF JAMES SMITH CREE NATION

The Saskatchewan Indigenous Cultural Centre (SICC) sends its deepest condolences to the communities of the James Smith Cree Nation. We are grief-stricken over the tragic, shocking and unbearable loss of life and the many injuries suffered by others. Our prayers and thoughts join those of First Nations communities, families and Elders from across Saskatchewan and the world flowing to your communities. We truly hope that in some way our collective prayers can provide some measure of comfort at this difficult time.

In the coming days the communities of James Smith Cree Nation will begin the process of healing. Throughout those days and into the years to come the SICC, First Nations communities, our Elders and countless others will continue to support and pray for your communities. Many First Nations communities have deep and enduring connections to the communities of James Smith Cree Nation through friendships, family bonds, shared ceremonies and historical lineage. Through those connections this tragic event has personally impacted many communities and peoples. We grieve with all the peoples of James Smith Cree Nation and we hold you closely in our thoughts. In challenging times, it is important to remember that we all heal through prayers and ceremonies.

 

Sincerely,

 

Saskatchewan Indigenous Cultural Centre

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The Saskatchewan Indigenous Cultural Centre exists to protect, preserve and promote the languages and cultures of the eight language groups of what is now known as Saskatchewan: Plains Cree, Swampy Cree, Woodland Cree, Dene, Saulteaux, Dakota, Nakoda and Lakota.

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