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Healing dance

National dance champion Mikayla Seto of the Kawacatoose First Nation in Raymore, Sask. performs a traditional jingle dance, which symbolizes healing, at the bandstand in Memorial Peace Park during National Aboriginal Day on Saturday.  - Tim Fitzgerald/THE NEWS
National dance champion Mikayla Seto of the Kawacatoose First Nation in Raymore, Sask. performs a traditional jingle dance, which symbolizes healing, at the bandstand in Memorial Peace Park during National Aboriginal Day on Saturday.
— image credit: Tim Fitzgerald/THE NEWS

National dance champion Mikayla Seto of the Kawacatoose First Nation in Raymore, Sask. performs a traditional jingle dance, which symbolizes healing, at the bandstand in Memorial Peace Park during National Aboriginal Day on Saturday.

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