Hudson Bay’s Harmon to compete in N. American Indigenous Games

By Nicole Goldsworthy  Local Journalism Initiative Reporter Jackson Harmon of Hudson Bay is headed to Dartmouth, N.S. this summer to represent Team Saskatchewan in the North American Indigenous Games. The games will bring together 756 Indigenous Nations to celebrate, share and reconnect through sport and culture in Kjipuktuk (Halifax), Dartmouth and Millbrook First Nation. There are athletes competing in 16 different sports and three traditional indigenous sports. Jackson, who is a member of Metis Local 114 in Hudson Bay is very excited to play basketball in the biggest games of his life. Jackson is 16 years old and is in Grade 9. Jackson has always been a hard worker, his mother Jackie said. He transitioned to FlexEd for schooling over the past couple of years to help him better understand…

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