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Colourful catch

Ten-year-old Katie Squakin holds up the colourful one that didn’t get away during one of the children’s activities at last weekend’s annual Syilx (Okanagan Nation) Salmon Feast and Celebration. A wide range of events took place designed to preserve and enhance the cultural awareness of the salmon. - Mark Brett/Western News
Ten-year-old Katie Squakin holds up the colourful one that didn’t get away during one of the children’s activities at last weekend’s annual Syilx (Okanagan Nation) Salmon Feast and Celebration. A wide range of events took place designed to preserve and enhance the cultural awareness of the salmon.
— image credit: Mark Brett/Western News
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