Aug. 24 Community Briefs

Festival for salmon run invites all, country-wide warrant from Alberta

Festival for salmon run invites all

Due to low salmon runs so far, the Stellat’en First Nation’s salmon fest will be postponed to Aug. 30, 31, and Sept. 1.

Over three days, the community west of Fraser Lake is inviting all community members, native or non-native, to its community garden and smokehouse to celebrate the annual salmon run.

The annual event features workshops on traditional preservation methods of fresh salmon, as well as a feast of the local fish and fresh vegetables harvested from the community plots. Schedule and more information to come.

 

Country-wide warrant from Alberta

Maskwacis, AB- RCMP have obtained a Canada Wide warrant for the arrest of 54 year old Darrell Moosomin.

Moosomin had been a serving prisoner at the PE SAKASTEW Federal Prison in Hobbema for convictions dating back to 1995. Serving an indeterminate sentence for several violent offences including aggravated assault, forcible confinement, and uttering threats, Moosomin is a dangerous offender, having been declared so in December of 2008.

Moosomin had been granted permission to attend the Samson Pow-Wow escorted by an Elder, when he was able to walk away. He has no known family or friends in the area and is originally from Saskatchewan (Mosquito Lake).

Those who have information can contact the Maskwacis RCMP at 780-585-4600 or call 911 immediately.

Description:

54 year old First Nations male

5 foot 9, 217 lbs

Speaks with a lisp

Tattoo of #11 on his right hand and playboy bunny on upper back

Scar slash on throat