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Inuit peoples farther away were also highlighted in the Opening Ceremonies as well. February 20 is Inuit Day, held in 2010 at the 2010 Aboriginal Pavilion at Queen Elizabeth Theatre Plaza, Vancouver. To dovetail with the Olympics Inukshuk logo, the theme of the Inuit Day presentation was The People Behind the Inukshuk. The Inukshuk is a traditional Inuit stone marker used in the wilderness for at least 3,000 years. It is a signpost to guide travelers, help hunters, provide a danger warning, and to indicate that food is available. Made of rough stones and slabs, it was chosen for the Olympics to symbolize hospitality, friendship, hope, and teamwork. This is what First Nations want. The First Nations of BC trace their ancestry to the aboriginal people that inhabited the land prior to the arrival of Europeans and Americans in the late 18th century. Develops opportunities for our Metis communities. Several First Nations or Native North American groups have been living in the Canadian Yukon for many centuries.
See what they are doing now! 2010 Winter OlympicsOpening ceremonies and the most exciting winter Olympics ever with behind the scenes and up close and personal stories. 240 minutes, with behind-the-scenes footage. Games video highlights, photos, results, gold medals, medalists,athletes, schedule, news and greatest moments. 0 of 8192 characters usedPost CommentNo HTML is allowed in comments, but URLs will be hyperlinked. Comments are not for promoting your articles or other sites. I've watched the 2010 Winter Olympics and was blown away by the First Nations,Metis,Inuits performance. Eventhough I'm from the Philippines (and have no Native American/Metis,etc.blood), I am truly pleased to see that the First Nations were honored as should be. 8 years ago from ontario. ALL canadians were involved in the olympics. Nice hub. Canada's doing pretty good too, as of late.. I hope your having a great time watching the Olypmics and enjoying Canadian achievements! Most impressive with gold medal firsts. Duchess OBlunt - Thanks for the good word.
Many people are tired of the bad-mouthers looking to ride on thr coat-tails of others actions - they can't often write an article on their own, but they can write bad things about anyone easily. Ben - Four Host First Nations sought no publicity apparently, outside of Canada - at least we did not hear it here -- I think people need to know about it all. Hpefully I can find more infomration to share. If you can go to the first link under Ceremonies on Video and Online above, you might still be able to view it there. Thank you Patty for bringing the First Nation aspect of the Olympics to light. I've only caught bits and pieces so far, and with my own Native American ancestry, this new information resonates with me. Thank you Patty for taking a positive approach with your wonderful review. I'm tired of listening to the naysayers - even in my own family (for shame!). I thought we did a wonderful job, and I love what you have done here.