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Frontier College/Lieutenant Governor's Aboriginal Summer Reading Camp

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The welcome sign at the airport of the Aboriginal community of Big Trout Lake.

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Frontier College/Lieutenant Governor's Aboriginal Summer Reading Campers (L-R)Angelyse Muckuck, 7, Kaydince Muckuck, 9, and Brenna Hartley, 6, look read books provided by the camp in the Aboriginal community of Big Trout Lake

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Campers (L-R)Angelyse Muckuck, 7, and Kaydince Muckuck, 9, read a book together from the selection of books provided by the camp in the Aboriginal community of Big Trout Lake.

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The Aglace Chapman Education Centre Aboriginal community of Big Trout Lake where most of the Frontier College/Lieutenant Governor's Aboriginal Summer Reading Camp takes place.

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(LtoR) Councillor Marc Lombardo prepares a group of local children and campers to play an active word game in the Aboriginal community of Big Trout Lake.

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Former Canadian Astronaut Dave Williams reads to a group of local children and Frontier College/Lieutenant Governor's Aboriginal Summer Reading Campers Dion Sainnawap, 11, Eric Sainnawap, 6, Angelyse Muckuck, 7, David Sakakeep, 11 and Kaydince Muckuck, 9, during a special visit at the camp in the Aboriginal community of Big Trout Lake.

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Camper, Tyler Duncan, 12, takes a break at the camp to draw in the dust on the hood of a truck in the Aboriginal community of Big Trout Lake.

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(LtoR) Camp councillor Marc Lombardo works with local student Rhianna Anderson, 6, and camper Kaydince Muckuck, 9, finding the right words to build sentences in the Aboriginal community of Big Trout Lake.

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Camper Tyler Duncan, 12, takes a break at the camp in the Aboriginal community of Big Trout Lake.

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Camper Dion Sainnawap listens as a book is read at the camp in the Aboriginal community of Big Trout Lake.

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Camper Angelyse Muckuck, 7, gathers her plate of fruit provided by the camp in the Aboriginal community of Big Trout Lake.

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Camper Kaydince Muckuck, 9, prints out words that describe herself matching the letters of her name in the Aboriginal community of Big Trout Lake.

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Camper Kaydince Muckuck, 9, prints out words that describe herself matching the letters of her name in the Aboriginal community of Big Trout Lake.

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Camper Angelyse Muckuck, 7, stands in a field near the tent where the camp was taking place that day in the Aboriginal community of Big Trout Lake.

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Her Honour, Mrs. Ruth Ann Onley chats with Frontier College/Lieutenant Governor's Aboriginal Summer Reading Camper Ethan McKay, 10 during her visit at the camp in the Aboriginal community of Big Trout Lake.

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(LtoR) Camper Trevor Cromarty, 9, reads a book at the camp in the Aboriginal community of Big Trout Lake.

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Campers spell out words after winning a game at the camp in the Aboriginal community of Big Trout Lake.

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(LtoR) Camper Trevor Cromarty, 9 runs past smiling during an active word game at the camp in the Aboriginal community of Big Trout Lake.

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Her Honour, Mrs. Ruth Ann Onley reads with local children and Frontier College/Lieutenant Governor's Aboriginal Summer Reading Campers Mara McKay, 6 and Kaydince Muckuck, 9, during her visit at the camp in the Aboriginal community of Big Trout Lake.

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Campers print out words that describe themselves using the letters of their names in the Aboriginal community of Big Trout Lake.

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