Solstice sheds light on Aboriginal communities

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Photo: Ruby Pratka

People join a round dance in Limoilou as François Santerre and Kathia Rock perform  in front of the Bal du Lézard. 

After centuries of darkness - forced assimilation and invisibility - it's natural that June 21, the longest day of the year, should belong to Canada's Aboriginal peoples to share their history and culture with neighbours who are sometimes unaware they exist.