Cree artist who painted 155 hockey sticks for World juniors tournament hoping they’ll be used – APTN News

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Cree artist who painted 155 hockey sticks for World juniors tournament hoping they’ll be used – APTN News

by ahnationtalk on January 24, 202244 Views

At the request of Hockey Canada, artist Jason Carter was asked to paint hockey sticks that would be given out to each player of the game and dignitaries during the World Junior Hockey Championships being held in Red Deer and Edmonton, Alta.

The sticks show a bear under the Northern Lights with mountains in the background.

“I didn’t realize how big and what the reaction was going to be to the sticks, the reaction was phenomenal,” says the Cree artist. “I’m still getting questions asking me where these sticks are and if they can get one of these sticks.”

Carter, who is from Little Red River Cree Nation, says many of the 155 sticks were gifted at the tournament.

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