By Michael Oleksyn, Local Journalism Initiative Reporter This is the 20th Anniversary of the Saskatchewan Aboriginal Storytelling Month and events in Prince Albert kicked off with artist and writer Leah Dorion and Elder Curtis Breaton giving a talk in the Prince Albert Saskatchewan Polytechnic library on Thursday morning Dorion said the talk focused on how her art and Aboriginal storytelling are connected. “(It was) how I use artwork to tell stories and give teachings so it was a really nice opportunity to share with this audience,” she said. “I don’t often get over to Polytech and it was really nice to way to celebrate.” During the talk, Dorion and Breaton paid tribute to Elder Danny Musqua, who recently passed away. Musqua served in a number of roles, including elder in
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