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In pictures: National Indigenous Peoples Day in Regina

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Chief-Publish photojournalist Kayle Neis captured among the motion in Victoria Park and Metropolis Sq. Plaza.

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Comic, actor and champion hen dancer, Conway Kootenay, was the particular visitor and host. Different contributors within the formal occasions included the Pink Canine Drum Group, Starblanket Dancers, Mom Theresa Center College Scholar Drum Group & Dancers, and Asham Stompers. The festivities ended with a spherical dance.

Since 1996, Nationwide Indigenous Peoples Day has been commemorated on June 21 annually in Canada.

Right here’s a few of what Chief-Publish photojournalist Kayle Neis spied by his digital camera lens:

Veteran Rob Allan carries the Regina Police Service Eagle Staff as part of the Grand Entry during the National Indigenous Peoples Day celebrations in Victoria Park and City Square Plaza on Tuesday, June 21, 2022 in Regina.
Veteran Rob Allan carries the Regina Police Service Eagle Employees as a part of the Grand Entry in the course of the Nationwide Indigenous Peoples Day celebrations in Victoria Park and Metropolis Sq. Plaza on Tuesday, June 21, 2022 in Regina. Picture by KAYLE NEIS /Regina Chief-Publish
Andrew Starblanket of the Starblanket Dancers reforms the grass dance.
Andrew Starblanket of the Starblanket Dancers reforms the grass dance. Picture by KAYLE NEIS /Regina Chief-Publish
Kaleigh Starblanket from the Starblanket Dancers performs a traditional dance.
Kaleigh Starblanket from the Starblanket Dancers performs a conventional dance. Picture by KAYLE NEIS /Regina Chief-Publish
A member of the Asham Stompers performs during National Indigenous Peoples Day celebrations in Victoria Park and City Square Plaza.
A member of the Asham Stompers performs throughout Nationwide Indigenous Peoples Day celebrations in Victoria Park and Metropolis Sq. Plaza. Picture by KAYLE NEIS /Regina Chief-Publish
Tristyn Desjarlais of the Asham Stompers performs during National Indigenous Peoples Day celebrations.
Tristyn Desjarlais of the Asham Stompers performs throughout Nationwide Indigenous Peoples Day celebrations. Picture by KAYLE NEIS /Regina Chief-Publish
Members of the Asham Stompers wait to perform.
Members of the Asham Stompers wait to carry out.
Flag carriers of the Grand Entry walk into the National Indigenous Peoples Day celebrations in Regina. The event returned in person for the first time in two years.
Flag carriers of the Grand Entry stroll into the Nationwide Indigenous Peoples Day celebrations in Regina. The occasion returned in particular person for the primary time in two years. Picture by KAYLE NEIS /Regina Chief-Publish
Constance Starblanket of the Starblanket Dancers performs.
Constance Starblanket of the Starblanket Dancers performs. Picture by KAYLE NEIS /Regina Chief-Publish
Various tents set up for vendors sit at the National Indigenous Peoples Day celebrations in City Square Plaza.
Varied tents arrange for distributors sit on the Nationwide Indigenous Peoples Day celebrations in Metropolis Sq. Plaza. Picture by KAYLE NEIS /Regina Chief-Publish
Regina Mayor Sandra Masters speaks to a crowd during National Indigenous Peoples Day celebrations.
Regina Mayor Sandra Masters speaks to a crowd throughout Nationwide Indigenous Peoples Day celebrations. Picture by KAYLE NEIS /Regina Chief-Publish

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