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The talented and humorous Don Burnstick has established himself as one of the best comedians in Canada. His highly acclaimed comedy show You Might be a Redskin, Healing Through Native Humour, is a comedic performance, that humorously portrays First Nations people, their habits, likes and dislikes. Don is a Cree from the Alexander First Nation located in Alberta. The youngest of 15 children, coupled with the fact of growing up on the reserve, taught Don a variety of means of defending himself, not the least of which became his use of humour. Don Burnstick says after all that we have gone through, we have never lost our sense of humour and it is time to share that. This is the spirit of healing and the essence of my performance.
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