Nine Northwest Athletes Win 2018 Premier's Awards

John Crawford
11/06/2018

Nine young northwest athletes were honoured last night in Smithers, as recipients of the 2018 Premier's Awards for Indigenous Youth Excellence in Sport.

Mackenzie Gladstone-Howard, Elie Morgan and Honrei Morgan of Gitsegukla, Jaimie Denny of Gitanmaax, Fraser Dodd of Lax-Kw'alaams, Blaise Sakac of the Gitxsan First Nation, Dakota Price of the Nisga'a and Haida Nations, Tyrell Harris of Gitanmaax and Pasha Ormerod of the M├ętis Nation received the awards during a formal celebration held at the Dze L K'ant Friendship Centre Hall in Smithers.
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[Photo Credit: Thomas Camus, Camus Photography.
(Back row) Hereditary Chief Bill Turner, Gitanmaax Chief Councillor, Tracey Woods, Verna Howard, FNHA, Chief Madeek, Wet'suwet'en, Amber Wells, 2017 Northwest Recipient, Smithers Mayor Taylor Bachrach, DeWayne Robinson, I·SPARC Regional Lead, Northwest, Rick Brant, I·SPARC Executive Director, (Front row, Recipients) Jaimie Denny, Mackenzie Gladstone-Howard, Elie Morgan, Tyrell Harris, Honrei Morgan, Blaise Sakac, Dakota Price, Pasha Ormerod.]


 

The Northwest is the second of the Indigenous Sport, Physical Activity and Recreation Council's  six regions to honour Indigenous athletes through this province-wide awards program.

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