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AMC HONOURS ABORIGINAL VETERANS DAY.pdf

AMC HONOURS ABORIGINAL VETERANS DAY.pdf

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Published by Sheila North Wilson
ASSEMBLY OF MANITOBA CHIEFS HONOUR
ABORIGINAL VETERANS DAY

Winnipeg, MB – November 8, 2013 Today Assembly of Manitoba Chiefs honours the ultimate sacrifice made by thousands of men and women who chose to defend their home lands during wars and conflicts in years past by remembering the all First Nations Veterans on this, Aboriginal Veterans Day.

“Our First Nations Veterans continue to be a source of pride for their families, our youth and community. Today, November 8th as Aboriginal Veterans Day we stand with the veterans and their families and pay our humble respects for their dedication and love for people of Turtle Island,” said Grand Chief Derek Nepinak. “We encourage all Canadians to learn about the important contributions of First Nations veterans in shaping this country,” concluded Grand Chief Nepinak.

AMC wishes to thank all who were able to attend the services today in honour of our brave men and women. There will be another event in honour of Aboriginal Veterans Day tomorrow, November 9, 2013. A Pow-wow at the Indian & Metis Friendship Centre, Grand Entry at 1:00 p.m.

For more information please contact:
Sheila North Wilson
204-805-1759
snorthwilson@manitobachiefs.com
ASSEMBLY OF MANITOBA CHIEFS HONOUR
ABORIGINAL VETERANS DAY

Winnipeg, MB – November 8, 2013 Today Assembly of Manitoba Chiefs honours the ultimate sacrifice made by thousands of men and women who chose to defend their home lands during wars and conflicts in years past by remembering the all First Nations Veterans on this, Aboriginal Veterans Day.

“Our First Nations Veterans continue to be a source of pride for their families, our youth and community. Today, November 8th as Aboriginal Veterans Day we stand with the veterans and their families and pay our humble respects for their dedication and love for people of Turtle Island,” said Grand Chief Derek Nepinak. “We encourage all Canadians to learn about the important contributions of First Nations veterans in shaping this country,” concluded Grand Chief Nepinak.

AMC wishes to thank all who were able to attend the services today in honour of our brave men and women. There will be another event in honour of Aboriginal Veterans Day tomorrow, November 9, 2013. A Pow-wow at the Indian & Metis Friendship Centre, Grand Entry at 1:00 p.m.

For more information please contact:
Sheila North Wilson
204-805-1759
snorthwilson@manitobachiefs.com

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