By Mickey Djuric THE CANADIAN PRESS REGINA- When Teagan Littlechief sings in front of thousands of fans at Sunday’s Grey Cup game, she’ll be thinking about Canada’s Indigenous youth. Littlechief, who is from White Bear First Nation on Treaty 4 territory in southeastern Saskatchewan, says she was often the only Indigenous person on stage when she first started performing. “My thing is being able to show society that First Nations people are just as talented as any other race. I’ve always wanted our First Nations people out there to flaunt what we’ve got and show society what we have to offer,” the 35-year-old said in an interview with The Canadian Press. “I hope that what I’m able to do is maybe break a barrier down for our youth.” Littlechief is
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