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The role, character, themes, and people that participate in the Sacred Runs of today
Collection: North American Indigenous Games: The Sacred Run
Creator: CHIN
Link to an online interactive game of bones and toggle
Collection: Woodlands Games and Sports
Creator: CHIN-Canadian Heritage Information Network
Complete instructions for playing a traditional Eastern Woodland game of tag
Collection: Woodlands Games and Sports
Creator: CHIN-Canadian Heritage Information Network
Link to online, interactive bone puzzle activity
Collection: Inuit Games
Creator: CHIN-Canadian Heritage Information Network
Many of you will no doubt remember the voice of sports commentator Foster Hewitt who gave hockey a place in our collective imagination. His famous phrase, "He shoots, he scores", had such an i...
Collection: Hockey in Our Society
Creator: CHIN
Link to online interactive archery game
Collection: Archery
Creator: CHIN-Canadian Heritage Information Network
A discussion of the benefits and negative consequences of Sacred Run to the community
Collection: North American Indigenous Games: The Sacred Run
Creator: CHIN
In 1898, the Ontario Hockey Association started a "junior" division for players under the age of twenty.
Collection: Amateur Hockey in Canada
Creator: CHIN
Among the Native Communities that play Lacrosse, there are many different accompanying social activities, ceremonies or rituals that are woven into the fabric of the event.
Collection: Lacrosse
Creator: CHIN
In 1969, the last piece of the future Canadian Hockey League fell into place.
Collection: Amateur Hockey in Canada
Creator: CHIN
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