Tsuu T’ina Nations Annual 2011 Celebration

The designs integrated into Cree First Nation Lance Cardinal’s dance staff are very personal, with symbols from the golden eagle, at the pow-wow at the Tsuu T’ina Nations annual celebration near Bragg Creek on July 23, 2011.

 

Cree First Nation Lance Cardinal is attired by the golden eagle and is a traditional dancer during the pow-wow at the Tsuu T’ina Nations annual celebration. Lance travels with his daughter all summer long across Saskatchewan, Alberta and British Columbia dancing.

 

Everette Saddleback from the Samson Cree Nation shows off his unique attire.

 

Everette Saddleback from the Samson Cree Nation shows off his unique attire.

 

Nicole Robertson reaches down for a kiss from her six year old daughter Sequan. Both Nicole and Sequan are wearing jingle dresses at the Tsuu T’ina Nations annual celebration.

 

Metis Howard Bruneau is covered with power bundles and is a tradional dancer during the pow-wow at the Tsuu T’ina Nations annual celebration near Bragg Creek.

 

Competitions are taken seriously as men and women of different age groups compete in the different dances like jingle, chicken, fancy and traditional at the Tsuu T’ina Nations annual celebration.

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