4,500-km Indigenous snowmobile expedition will carry message of reconciliation, healing and hope – CBC
Dec 09, 2021
18-day expedition will also help Indigenous people reconnect, honour residential school children, MMIWG
A 4,500-kilometre Indigenous-led snowmobile expedition — believed to be the longest in the world — is taking shape in Quebec and is about so much more than snowmobiling.
Expédition First Nations Expedition will see close to 60 people — mostly Indigenous — from seven different nations in Quebec travel in the bush over 18 days from Feb. 16 to March 4, 2022.
Organizers say they will carry a message of reconciliation, healing and hope and they want to help rebuild connections between Indigenous peoples across Canada and to increase understanding between Indigenous and non-Indigenous Quebecers, among other goals.
Read More: https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/north/christain-flammand-cree-innu-attikamekw-snowmobile-expedition-first-nations-1.6277609