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Fish Camp 2022

We are happy to announce that Fish Camp for the 2022 school year was a success. For the week of March 14th to March 17th students from Kindergarten through to Grade 9 had the opportunity to learn about fish out on Winnifred Lake. While on these traditional fishing grounds, students participated in prayer, and learned about the various fish that inhabit the lake. Students also had the opportunity to learn about spawning periods, gutting fish, and had a dry fish demonstration from a local elder. Father R Perin would like to extend a heartfelt thank you to those involved in making Fish Camp a smashing success!

Land Based Learning Instructors - Elder Agnes Duke and Doreen Janvier

Dry Fish Demonstrators - Elder Akha (Leonard Bert Laprise) and Elder James Bouchier

Cook - Norma Black and Rebecca Black

Fishermen - Bobby Janvier, Wayne Herman, Eddie, Keith Black, and Arnold Black

Chipewyan Prairie IRC Consultants - Ave Dersch, Stuart Janvier, Louie Janvier and John Alook

Environment and Climate Change Canada (ECCC) - Mark McMaster, Erin Ussery, and Lucie Levesque

Alberta Environment and Parks - Judy Smith, Keegan Hicks, Wes Greenwood and Paul Drevnick

Along with the insurmountable number of volunteers including Elder Bertha Moir, Marina Nokohoo, Mr. T, and many others.

Fish Camp - Kindergarten and Grade 1

This years fish camp has begun! Kindergarten and Grade 1 students had the opportunity to attend the camp Monday, March 14th 2022. 

Fish Camp 2022 - Grade 2 and Grade 3

Tuesday, March 15th 2022 students in Grade 2 and Grade 3 got the opportunity to attend the fish camp out on Winnifred Lake.

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