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Hats off!

Thursday November 29, 2012
Photos by Rick Garrick/Wawatay News
Four First Nations men showed off their hats at a variety of First Nation functions over the past couple of months, including Martin Tuesday at the opening of a youth centre in Thunder Bay, Roy Thunder at the NAN Special Chiefs Assembly and Eabametoong Chief Harry Papah at the NAN Special Chiefs Assembly.
Photos by Rick Garrick/Wawatay News
Four First Nations men showed off their hats at a variety of First Nation functions over the past couple of months, including Martin Tuesday at the opening of a youth centre in Thunder Bay, Roy Thunder at the NAN Special Chiefs Assembly and Eabametoong Chief Harry Papah at the NAN Special Chiefs Assembly.
Photos by Rick Garrick/Wawatay News
Four First Nations men showed off their hats at a variety of First Nation functions over the past couple of months, including Martin Tuesday at the opening of a youth centre in Thunder Bay, Roy Thunder at the NAN Special Chiefs Assembly and Eabametoong Chief Harry Papah at the NAN Special Chiefs Assembly.
Photos by Rick Garrick/Wawatay News
Four First Nations men showed off their hats at a variety of First Nation functions over the past couple of months, including Martin Tuesday at the opening of a youth centre in Thunder Bay, Roy Thunder at the NAN Special Chiefs Assembly and Eabametoong Chief Harry Papah at the NAN Special Chiefs Assembly.

Four First Nations men showed off their hats at a variety of First Nation functions over the past couple of months, including Martin Tuesday at the opening of a youth centre in Thunder Bay, Roy Thunder at the NAN Special Chiefs Assembly and Eabametoong Chief Harry Papah at the NAN Special Chiefs Assembly.


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