From the Kanienkehaka Land Back Language Camp (Facebook)
January 26, 2021
As we approach our 6th month at Kanienkehaka Land Back Language Camp, we’ve hunkered down for the winter season.
We continue to build our school house, and adjust our camp as the weather changes. The Salmon River has frozen over, allowing us to enjoy the ice and the easier access it gives us to the other side of the river.
Our young people have been busy learning the Kaniehkehaka language, with our recent theme being about hunting, trapping and conducting ceremony.
Soon we will be focusing on the ice and the activies, hobbies and survival skills that come with all of its teachings.
Recently we have had both the Surete Du Quebec and RCMP liasons reach out to the camp, asking for a sit down and inquiring on when we plan to leave. So far, no discussions or sit downs have been agreed upon with either agency.
Nia:wen Kowa to everyone who has donated to our GoFundMe, raised monies and/or continue to support our efforts at Kanienkehaka Land Back Language Camp.
You can donate to our GoFundMe at https://gofund.me/919caf4f