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Native Artist Isaac Bignell.

Isaac Bignell art card image of Geese available from Native Art in Canada.

Cdn Metis Arrow Sash - red represents the blood thatwas shed through the years; blue is for the depth of their spirits; green is for the fertility of a great nation; white is for the connection to the earth and the creator; yellow is for the prospect of prosperity

Metis Arrow Sash - red for blood that was shed through the years; blue for the depth of spirits; green for the fertility of a great nation; white for the connection to the earth and Creator; yellow for the prospect of prosperity

Metis Anthem......Beautiful, and I am proud to be Metis

Cory Poitras and sister, Kelsey Poitras jigging at Metis crossing 2007 He jigs and plays fiddle same time

Woodland Metis Sash

The Métis Sash Today, the sash is still worn by the Métis people. Métis women ocasionally wear it over the shoulder, while others wear it the traditional way, around the waist & tied in the middle, with the fringes hanging down