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Visitors learn kernels of culture at Kahnawake’s annual Corn Fest – CBC

by ahnationtalk on September 11, 201819 Views

‘People are hungry to learn about us,’ says Skanaié:’a Deer

Sep 11, 2018

Mending relationships and promoting reconciliation through fun and food was the goal of a corn festival organized between the two neighbouring communities of Kahnawake and Châ​teauguay, Que.

“It’s important because there’s so many people in Châ​teauguay who have never come to Kahnawake, and vice versa,” said Kimberly Cross, tourism development agent at Kahnawake Tourism.

Cross’s team, along with Maison Le Pailleur in Châ​teauguay, organized the second annual Corn Fest.

“There are differences and similarities between our cultures,” said Cross.

Corn was historically important to both communities and remains a familiar food.

Read More: https://www.cbc.ca/news/indigenous/kahnawake-chateauguay-quebec-corn-fest-1.4817533

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