Fort McKay, a First Nation that survived the past, and is looking towards the future part 1 – APTN

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Fort McKay, a First Nation that survived the past, and is looking towards the future part 1 – APTN

by ahnationtalk on June 23, 2015272 Views

June 22, 2015

FORT MCKAY FIRST NATION – It doesn’t take long to get from one end of Fort McKay First Nation to the other.

There’s a single main road, a convenience store that operates out of an old industrial trailer and the band office, grand in both design and size.

Across the road sits the aging pow wow grounds and state of the art amphitheatre.

Heading north, on the left, is the K-9 school, the hockey arena and the after school program building.

On the right, sits the older town site. Drive less than a block, make a sharp left turn up the hill and you’ll find the new area of town, where the new houses are and more are being constructed.

Read More: http://aptn.ca/news/2015/06/22/fort-mckay-first-nation-survived-past-looking-towards-future-part-1/

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