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World Indigenous Nations Games come to a close in Alberta - Edmonton - CBC News


World Indigenous Nations Games come to a close in Alberta - Edmonton - CBC News: When the second edition of the World Indigenous Nations Games opened on July 3, most of the athletes were strangers. At Sunday's closing ceremonies, they looked like friends who had known each other for years.

Cori Arcand from Muskeg Lake First Nation in Saskatchewan, said that they've learned a lot about each other — and themselves.

He competed in javelin on Saturday. It was his first time throwing a spear.

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