PEKN 2P91 Lecture 3.docx

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Physical Education and Kinesiology
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Cathy Van Ingen

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PEKN 2P91 Lecture 3 chapter 2end of lecture 2 beginningManitoba Trappers festival 1916 when festival started the pasOldest festival in CanadaEvents tree felling wood cutting wood splitting canoe packing flour packing trap setting muskrat skinning tea boiling bannock baking moose calling goose calling etcCompetitors must enter 19 out of 21 contestsevents to become queen or king trapperContest is also based on a point systemKept traditional activitiesway of life aliveCan schools effectively preserve traditional games think about when an educatorThe aboriginal sport circle ASCCanadas national voice for aboriginal sport first nations Inuit and Mtis peoplesRepresenting Canada at sports events1995 created for more accessible and equitable sport and recreation opportunities for aboriginal peoplesNorth American Indigenous GamesHappen every three yearsLargest scale indigenous gamesCelebrate cultural heritage and sporting achievementsMultisport event small version of pan am gamesChapter 3 startBritish North America startSocial class military and clubs development of first clubsBRING COPY OF RULES OF HOCKEY 1877 NEXT CLASS
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