Is it something your grandmother’s grandmother made by hand that got passed down through generations? Is it a tradition that’s unique to your family? Is it a certain stretch of beach? A certain slant of light?
To show that the definition of home might be a little different for each of us, we invited Islanders/Epekwitnewaq to bring items that represented the idea of home with them to make this video. Some items were old, some new. Some were big, some were small. The people who brought them were from all walks of life, young and old.
But as these items and people came together, one thing became clear. While our definition of home may vary, it’s also the same. That’s because for us, the definition of home is always this Island. Always Epekwitk. Please enjoy…
Faces of Epekwitk
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We want to know: What is the thing (item, place, memory, etc.) that defines home – Epekwitk – to you?
Give us your insights, stories, and memories for a chance to win a great prize of:
A $250 gift card to IndigenousPEI
NO PURCHASE NECESSARY TO ENTER OR WIN. Void where prohibited or restricted by law. Open to legal residents of Prince Edward Island who are at least eighteen years old at the time of entry except management and staff of L’nuey as well as their immediate families, cohabitants, agents or contractors. Contest begins on July 17, 2023 at 12:00:00 a.m. AST and ends on September 30, 2023 at 11:59:59 p.m. AST. Winner to be selected via random draw. Draw date: October 6, 2023. To enter the giveaway, submit your full name, phone number and email address on this form, and answer the question as stated in the field provided. Odds of winning this giveaway depend on the total number of eligible entries received. Only one (1) entry per person. For more information, visit our contest rules.
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We all come with different stories, different experiences, and different backgrounds. But we all have at least one thing in common: our connection to Epekwitk. We wanted to celebrate that connection. Learn More