The Saskatchewan First Nation Winter Games 2016
The Saskatchewan First Nation Games was started in 1974 by Chief Tony Cote and the Council of the Cote First Nation. In 1980, Chief Norman Stevenson and Council of the Cote First Nation proudly hosted the 1st First Nation Winter Games.Saskatchewan First Nation Winter Games have been hosted every two years in different First Nation Communities for the past 41 years. The games are a week- long event that will feature 13 regional teams/Tribal Councils all in Saskatchewan. All athletes competing range from 9 years old to 18 years old. The games brings together our youth, to not only learn new skills but also learn the value of teamwork, dedication, sportsman ship, and leadership that encourages them to excel in healthy living.
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