What the Keyoh means – by Sally Sam

FOLLOWING IN HER GREAT-GRANDFATHERS FOOTSTEPS, IN 2008 SALLY WROTE ABOUT HER KEYOH

First of all, I know that I am part of the land. When we were small, we lived in Maiyoo Keyoh with our parents. We lived there all year round. Even though I now have my own family in Fort St. James, I would rather be out in the wilderness. Continue Reading →