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A Dene Metis from La Loche, Saskatchewan, 1920: Boniface Janvier is wearing a metis sash with the ends tucked in and metis garters tied just below the knees. He is carrying a rifle, snowshoes, an HBC blanket, an axe and a kettle. He is possibly heading north of the Clearwater River to a cabin on his trap line for the winter.

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Robert Kennicott, American Naturalist: Portage La Loche, 1862: Wearing a double breasted capote, a knee length wool jacket with hood, tied at the waist with an Assomption / Metis sash and a marten fur skin fire-bag; pants are trimmed with ribbon on the outside seams and on cuffs; wearing a toque; pants tied just below the knee with garters ending in tassels. On his feet are beaded or embroidered moccasins; clothing type worn by French Canadians and French Canadian Metis of the North West

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cool La Loche shooting: 'He’s taken the innocence of kids away' Teen pleads guilty to murder charges in La Loche shootings

La Loche in 1914. Mothers in front of a tent with the old La Loche Church in the background. The babies are all in moss bags and carried with a sling over the shoulders.

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La Loche school shooting: what we know about the victims

Dayne (L) and Drayden (R) Fontaine were two of the four people killed in a deadly shooting in La Loche, Sask. on Friday, Jan. 22, 2016.

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La Loche school shooting: what we know about the victims

Marie Janvier was one of four people killed in a deadly school shooting in La Loche, Sask. on Friday, Jan. 22, 2016.

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Smoke from Fort McMurray-area wildfires that forced evacuations hangs over the still-frozen Lac La Loche across the provincial border in La Loche, Saskatchewan, Canada