The group was welcomed by the Stanley Mission community of Laronge Indian Band. A community of 1500 people on the banks of the Churchill, and most famously, the home of the oldest building in Saskatchewan, the Stanley Mission church. It was built in 1851. Laronge Chief Tammy Cook-Serson, GGCLC alumni, and community members gave us a great fish fry, and shared their river by taking us up-river by boat to show us rockpaintings. Dating back a good 1000 years, we were reminded of the importance of the role of First Nations in our country.