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Urban. Indigenous. Proud: That Old Game La Crosse

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Long before Canada became a country, every nation on Turtle Island had its own unique version of a stickball game. The most popular one on this continent has always been lacrosse, a game that was gifted to the First Nations by the birds and four-legged animals. This segment discusses how lacrosse has been passed down from generation to generation. Part of the "Urban. Indigenous. Proud" series.

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