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Rain didn’t stop the Three Fires Powwow

NEW CREDIT — As rain showers were on and off throughout this past weekend, the two-day 31st Annual Three Fires Powwow hosted by the Mississaugas of the New Credit First Nation wasn’t put on hold by the weather. Dancers and spectators were instead housed under a dancing tent, where the cultural gathering was quick to

NEW CREDIT — As rain showers were on and off throughout this past weekend, the two-day 31st Annual Three Fires Powwow hosted by the Mississaugas of the New Credit First Nation wasn’t put on hold by the weather.

Dancers and spectators were instead housed under a dancing tent, where the cultural gathering was quick to resume as normal.

Colourful regalia and skilled dancers filled the dance floor as the food, vendors and crafts attracted hundreds of spectators visiting from around the world.

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