By Bree Duwyn Writer “When we were young girls, we went ice-fishing for a weekend,” said Meggie Cywink, recalling the fondest memory of her late sister Sonya. One chilly winter weekend in northern Ontario, at their home in Whitefish First Nation, Sonya and Meggie were in charge of jigging a hole into the ice. “We would jig it then run up to the house, watch and wait by the window.” The two excited girls, with some help, pulled a large pike from the icy water. An accomplishment that has stuck with Meggie for decades, she said it was a unifying experience with her sister. “I think that’s one of my very sweet and memorable thoughts of being with her as a child. We played a lot…” said Meggie, whose mother
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