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Gas Bar

The Gas Bar is open!!!! New hours of operation.

Monday to Thursday: 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Closed Friday
Saturday & Sunday: 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.

Closed to the Public! Masks required!

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  • 15th Annual Traditional PowWow

    Honoring Drummers And Dancers - Past/Present/FuturePOWWOW 2018 FLYER

    June 9 & 10, 2018

    Grand Entry - Saturday 1:00PM and 7:00PM

    Feast - Saturday June 9, 2018 @ 5:00PM

    Head Dancers, Danielle Jones and Chance King

    M.C. - Paul Owl

    Arena Director - Robert Stoneypoint

    Host Drum - White Tail Cree

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  • 14th Annual Traditional Pow Wow

    Henvey Inlet First Nation Logo Full Web

    Acknowledging all we protect- Our Land, Our Water, Our People

    Host Drum - Big Train Co-Host: Thunderboyz

    Master of Ceremonies - Chris Pheasant

    Head dancers - Craig Fox and Gmewin Migwans

    Arena director - aka 'stick man': Robert Stoneypoint

    Specials: potato dance

    Hand Drum contest - 1st $300.00, 2nd $200.00, 3rd $100.00

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  • The Anishinabek Creation Story

    There is more than one creation story for Indigenous Peoples around North America, including more than one story for each nation. Not to say any of one the stories is the ‘right’ one, they are versions adapted by the people in different parts of the land. The Creation story we have chosen to adapt, comes from Darlene Johnston, an Anishinabekwe, who is a Professor of Law at the University of Toronto, in a report she prepared for the Ipperwash Commission of Inquiry; “Connecting People to Place: Great Lakes Aboriginal History in Cultural Context”.

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  • Stories About Anishinabek Migration

    Preliminary Stories about Migration

    Since time immemorial, the Great Lakes region have been home to Indigenous Peoples, including the Anishinabek, and Haudenosaunee , often classified as Iroquois. They were known to occupy as far north as the southern shore of Georgian Bay, and on the north and south shores of Lakes Erie and Ontario, and eastward towards the modern city of Montreal. And to the North, East, South, and West, were the Anishinabek.

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  • Historical Research Project

    Historical Gaps Report

    Watch for a new historical report identifying historical information gaps and an overview of what we know about our history from documented sources.

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  • Henvey Inlet First Nation 13th Annual Pow Wow

    HIFN 2013 powwow flyer

    Honouring Traditions

    HIFN's 13th Annual Pow Wow runs June 11th and 12th.

    Host Drum: Chippewa Travellers

    Co-Host Drum: Thunder Boyz

    Indigenous Music Award Winners –2015 Best Traditional Pow Wow Cd

    MC: Chris Pheasant

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