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Tannage urbain : Dene Nahjo lance son deuxième camp

September 7, 2017

Tania Larsson et Melaw Nakehk’o sont les directrices du projet de tannage urbain installé au parc Somba K’e à Yellowknife.

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Tanning camp keeps Canada's indigenous heritage alive

October 4, 2017

Smoked caribou and bison skins are strewn over old pine logs among the teepees at a tanning camp in Yellowknife, northern Canada, where indigenous youth are preserving their heritage by learning ancestral skills.

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Moose tanning camp gets funding

August 18, 2017

Dene Nahjo Urban Hide Tanning Camp a go for September. Council unanimously approved $5,000 to fund this year’s Dene Nahjo Urban Hide Tanning Camp at a Wednesday special council meeting.  

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Hide Tanning Camp returning to Yellowknife

August 23, 2017

Dene Nahjo will be hosting its 2nd annual Urban Hide Tanning Camp. The camp is a two-week celebration of Dene art, culture, technology and history in Downtown Yellowknife.

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Indigenous group reclaims urban space: Annual moose-hide camp in Northwest Territories brings tradition and reconciliation to the streets

September 30, 2017

In a small park across from city hall in downtown Yellowknife, camouflaged by a perimeter of spruce and birch trees, sits a makeshift camp of teepees and canvas tents.

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Moosehide tanning goes urban in Yellowknife's Somba K'e park

July 12, 2016

The organizers bringing a moose and caribou hide tanning camp to a downtown Yellowknife park say its location is what makes it special.

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