Last modified: 2015-06-30 by rob raeside
Keywords: white bear first nation | first nation |
Links: FOTW homepage | search | disclaimer and copyright | write us | mirrors
image located by Chrystian Kretowicz, 28 July 2010
White Bear First Nation is located in the southeast corner of the Moose
Mountain area of Saskatchewan and consists of four First Nations, Saulteaux,
Cree, Nakota and Dakota. The flag was developed by a group of its members
consisting of elders, councilors and well known artist, Michael Lonechild.
"The yellow background represents a Brighter Future for our First Nation People as well as our Youth, the brown represents Mother Earth, the green represents the all living things that we receive from Mother Earth. The shape of the brown and green represent the topography of the land with the Sacred Heart Hill that is located on the Nation's Territory. The Bear represents the bear calling to our people to grow together in unity and harmony for prosperity of the Nations"
Chrystian Kretowicz, 28 July 2010