KI First Nation youth open arms, homes to Canadians

Many Canadians have never set foot onto a First Nation community.

APTN National News
Many Canadians have never set foot onto a First Nation community.

But for five days, 43 of these Canadians will live on a remote First Nation in northern Ontario.

Kitchenuhmaykoosib Inninuwug, or KI, sits above Canada’s 54th parallel. With National Aboriginal Day coming up, the youth from that community decided to celebrate by inviting Canadians into their home.

They got their wish and APTN’s Delaney Windigo is there to tell this story.

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Before moving to become the APTN News social media producer, Mark was the executive producer for the news in eastern Canada. Before starting with APTN in 2009, Mark worked at CBC Radio and Television in Newfoundland and Labrador and Ottawa.

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