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Teens from fly-in First Nations transformed by dancing their way onto Toronto stage

Solomon Harper dancing with Outside Looking In

Outside Looking In, a non-profit dance group for Indigenous youth from across the country, took the stage at Toronto’s Sony Centre for the Performing Arts this week. For some students, the group is a lifeline that provides opportunities that are rare in isolated First Nations communities.

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