Canned moose meat, salmon, deer stew handed out to heal, create connections in Vancouver

Monday, January 15, 2018
Chad Pawson
CBC News

More than 600 jars of the different kinds of meat, berries and even a special salve to ease muscle pain were provided by members of the Secwe'pemc First Nation, who live around Kamloops, B.C.


"When we prepare those foods, we make those foods medicine because of the love and the protocols that we put into that," Day said.

"When people are having a hard time, that's going to bring them up and it's going to bring them hope. It's going to make them more healthy mentally, spiritually and physically."

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