Michael Linklater National Aboriginal Day 2016

by Alexandra Jarrett June 21, 2016 0 Comments

Michael Linklater National Aboriginal Day 2016

What does National Aboriginal Day mean to you?

"National aboriginal day means a great deal to me. It is a day that our people are are celebrated on a national level and it provides an opportunity to our non aboriginal friends to learn more about our culture and traditions" - Michael Linklater

 

Michael is somewhat of a local celebrity. Michael is known best for his basketball career. He is also a huge contribution to his community. He endorsed the #boyswithbraids campaign stating: "I wear my braid to honor my ancestors and my culture". We sincerely appreciate that he took the time to participate in our one question interview for National Aboriginal Day

Articles featuring Michael:
Michael Linklater - Neechie Gear
Prairie Basketball Players take top spot in America

 

 

 

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