Buffy Saint-Marie performed at an Indigenous charity gala

On June 15, the national charity Indspire hosted its first A Feast in the Forest event to benefit First Nation, Inuit and Métis students across Canada. Nearly 600 guests enjoyed Indigenous food and culture in the forest setting of the Evergreen Brick Works. Highlights of the event, which raised more than $1 million, included a menu by Chef David Wolfman and performances by Indigenous artists Cris Derksen, Jeremy Dutcher and Buffy Sainte-Marie.

Indspire held A Feast in the Forest at Evergreen Brick Works.
Music legend Buffy Sainte-Marie.
Event co-chair Janice O'Born,  Indspire board chair Don Worme and event co-chair Roberta Jamieson.
CAMH Foundation Board's Valerie Pringle with YMCA's Medhat Mahdy and his wife, Ann.
Indspire Award laureate Eron Cardoso and fashion designer Lesley Hampton.
Singers Annie Aningmiuq, Jeremy Dutcher and Cynthia Pitsiulak.
Tracie Leost and Indspire CEO Mike DeGagne.
Max and Heather Gotlieb.
Juno Award winner Tom Wilson.

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