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Joely BigEagle-Kequahtooway is an artist working in a multitude of genres who enjoys sharing stories related to her Indigenous identity. She writes children’s stories about resilience, strength of character, and ceremonies. From the White Bear First Nation and residing in Regina, Joely is a mother of five children aged 6 to 27 and has a degree in mathematics and civil engineering.

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