Canada hosts North American Indigenous Games

Canada is hosting this year’s North American Indigenous Games.

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    Canada is hosting this year's North American Indigenous Games.

    Held every three years, the tournament brings together thousands of Aboriginal people from Canada, the United States and Mexico to compete in events ranging from kayaking to basketball.

    Al Jazeera's Daniel Lak reports from the Six Nations of the Grand River reserve.


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