Saskatoon media shares the story of Round Prairie Elders' Lodge

April 28, 2021

On Friday, April 23, Central Urban Métis Federation Inc. (CUMFI) celebrated the sod turning for the Round Prairie Elders' Lodge, a 26-unit, three-story residential building for Métis Elders.

Many media organizations in Saskatoon picked up the story; read the articles here:

Pictured above in StarPhoenix photo by Matt Smith: General manger of Prairie People Métis Economic Development Corporation Kelly Pruden, director of housing with Métis Nation Saskatchewan Christena Konrad, Métis Nation Saskatchewan vice-president Gerald Morin, Regional director for Western Region II-A Penny Hurton, President of the Central Urban Métis Federation Inc. Shirley Isbister, and Mayor Charlie Clark (left to right).

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