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  • I live only 4 miles from the Paq'tnkek Mi'kmaw First Nation. You really feel the heartbeat of the community at its annual pow wow. For urban white people who like to do their own thing, keeping senior citizens on the sidelines, it is refreshing to see the young and old at the pow wow working together to share their culture, their history. Children have so much respect for Elders. And when it comes to drumming, which sounds spectacular, they like to start them young!
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