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Indigenous Day barbecue to be held at later date in Rankin – Northern News Services

by ahnationtalk on June 24, 202045 Views

June 23, 2020

Organizers of the annual national Indigenous Day barbecue in Rankin Inlet are taking a wait-and-see approach as to when they’ll be able to host the event this year, but host it they will in one form or another said Kissarvik’s general manager.

Walter Morey said he’s hoping more restrictions surrounding Covid-19 will be lifted in the near future that will allow the barbecue to go ahead.

He said there was some discussion at a recent Co-op meeting regarding the event and wait and see was the path chosen at that time.

“We certainly want to do it but we just weren’t able to do it on the day we traditionally host it on June 21 because of the Covid-19 restrictions currently in place,” said Morey.

“So we’re going to hold out for a bit and if the restrictions lift we’ll do it.

Read More: https://nnsl.com/kivalliq-news/indigenous-day-barbecue-to-be-held-at-later-date-in-rankin/

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