Teepees vandalized at FNU campus

April 10, 2019

Two teepees on the campus of First Nations University of Canada were slashed over the weekend. CBC reports that one of the teepees has been dismantled, and the other’s canvas has been taken off to further assess the damage. “It's very disheartening to see that this has happened,” said Bonnie Rockthunder, a senior analyst at FNU. “We were very happy and proud to have these teepees in front of our building. We show a lot of pride in that way. If we do install the teepees again in the future, we know that we need to be prepared for possibly something like this happening again.” CBC (SK)