Shana G. St-Onge. Utshekatakuss Vollant Blacksmith. Tshakapesh St-Onge Blacksmith. Jean St-Onge
July 6, 2018
Uashat mak Mani-Utenam
Pointe-de-Moisie, at the junction of the Moisie River and the St. Lawrence River, has always been a meeting place. It bears traces of Cree, Inuit and Innu hunter-gatherers, Maliseet and Mi'gmaq fishermen, European merchants and many transient travellers. The sky unfolds as far as the eye can see, adorned with millions of stars. At nightfall, Shana G. St-Onge's friends gather around a campfire to chat, tell stories, have fun. We hear them laughing, as we once heard their ancestors. Happiness is simple. Just share it!
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