Canada Vignettes: St. Laurent Pilgrimage

Canada Vignettes: St. Laurent Pilgrimage

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This very short film from the Canada Vignettes series documents the annual pilgrimage that members of Saskatchewan’s Métis Catholic community make to St. Laurent, a village in the Duck Lake area that became the Métis nation’s spiritual centre at the time of the 1885 Northwest Rebellion.

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Canada Vignettes: St. Laurent Pilgrimage, Dan J. McCrimmon, provided by the National Film Board of Canada

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  • director
    Dan J. McCrimmon
  • producer
    Charles Konowal
  • executive producer
    Michael Scott
  • script
    Ken Mitchell
  • cinematography
    Ian Preston
  • sound
    William Butler
  • editing
    Norm Sawchyn
  • sound editing
    Carol Wenaus

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