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by ahnationtalk on August 12, 20198 Views
August 10, 2019
Indigenous people from across the world have come together in Montreal to celebrate during the 29th annual First Peoples Festival.
On Saturday, the different cultures were on display for a parade through downtown, with participants coming from as far away as New Zealand and Mongolia to sport their traditional garb.
About 1,000 people from dozens of First Nations took part in the parade, which started at Place Jacques Cartier.
The parade, dubbed the NuestroAmericana, celebrates the fraternity that unites First Nations across the globe.
Read More: https://montreal.ctvnews.ca/indigenous-cultures-from-around-the-world-celebrated-at-first-peoples-festival-parade-1.4544466
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