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Junior Peter-Paul shows Cornwall resident Michael Cassidy the canoe he built from cedar, hardwood, spruce, tree gum and spruce roots. It took him three months to harvest the lumber and build the canoe. Peter-Paul had his canoe at the P.E.I. Indigenous Artisan Market on Sunday presented by the Mi’kmaq Confederacy of P.E.I., Lennox Island First Nation and Abegweit Mi’kmaw Nation. He was one of about 30 Indigenous artisans who are living in or are from P.E.I. who filled Founders’ Hall for the market.
The Red Moon Singers drum group played for the crowd at the Indigenious Market on Sunday. Shown from left: Dylan Knockwood, Michael Jadis, Markus Peter-Paul, Richard Lush, Sean Lush, Caden Francis and Keegan Bernard.
Megan Babtiste makes a Christmas ornament by weaving black ash wood.
Barbra Bernard and her granddaughter, Brooklyn Beaton, set up dolls to sell at the P.E.I. Indigenous Artisan Market on Sunday. Bernard handcrafted the regalia for each doll.
Christmas crafts, canoes and artisan drums were on display at the Indigenous market.