Stampede roving reporter Cayla Spiess takes a tour of the Stampede’s Indian Village.
Source:: Calgary Herald
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- Federal an provincial ministers take part in Indian… The opening ceremony at Stampede's Indian Village included a special visit by both federal and provincial ministers. Crown-Indigenous Relations and Northern Affairs Minister Carolyn Bennett was back for her thirteenth year for the opening ceremony. Alberta's Minister of Indigenous Relations Richard Feehan was there for the first time. Before the ceremony got underway, the ministers went on a tour of two teepees belonging to two different Nations. The first teepee was Mike Meguinis's of the Tsuu'tina Nation. His family has had their teepee on the Stampede grounds for over 30 years. It took him and his family nearly 40 minutes…
- Stampede 2018: Everything to do on the grounds What can you expect to find at the 2018 Calgary Stampede? Roving reporter Cayla Spiess takes us on a walking tour through the grounds, showing off Nashville North, the Grandstand, the new location for the Canadian Forces display, the brand new zipline, and more. ...read more Source:: Calgary Herald