Winnipeg police host community residents for Annual Spring Feast

The Winnipeg Police Service held their 21st Annual Spring Feast at the Indian and Metis Friendship Centre on Friday.

There was a Grand Entry that preceded the Event and Elder Madeline Hatch opened with a prayer.

Grand Entry led by Dene Elder Joe Meconse and police member.

Opening Prayer by Elder Madeline Hatch.

Afterwards the Winnipeg Police members served lunch to the attending guests. There were more than 200 people who attended the Spring Feast.

Lunch was stew and bannock as the main meal. There were hoop dancers to entertain the guests.

Government Officials along with members of Winnipeg Police and Bear Clan at the Spring Feast.

Hoop dancer performing at the Annual Feast.

Vivian Ketchum


I am an Indigenous woman from Wauzhushk Onigum Nation, a First Nation community outside of Kenora, Ontario. I have lived in Winnipeg, Manitoba for the past ten years. My hobby is photography and I consider myself an amateur photographer. I live in the central area of Winnipeg and enjoy the challenges of residing in the core area.

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