Jordan Daniels was born and raised in Saskatoon Saskatchewan and is also a proud member of Mistawasis Nehiyawak (Cree Nation). Jordan has been playing the fiddle for 8 years and has been under the mentorship of John Arcand ever since. Jordan traces his love for the Fiddle to both of his paternal Great-Grandfathers, Lawrence Daniels and Wilfred Badger. Both of whom were excellent and well-known fiddle players in the area. Jordan has performed at festivals and conferences across western Canada and also competitions. Jordan enjoys playing the Old-Time Métis tunes and loves sharing his talent with anyone who wants to listen.
Welcome to the 2023 Heritage Festival of Saskatoon, celebrating Saskatoon and area’s civic, natural, cultural, and artistic heritage, and featuring events on Feb 12, 15, and 16th.
This year’s festival theme is The River. An element of our natural heritage, it is ever flowing, both constant and changing. For as long as people have been, and will be here, their activity is reflected in its waters.
For 35 years, the Heritage Festival of Saskatoon has delighted, informed, and entertained visitors.
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~ Raeanne Van Beek
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The Heritage Festival of Saskatoon is held on Treaty Six Territory and the Homeland of the Métis. This is the traditional territory of the Cree, Saulteaux, Dene, Dakota and Nakota First Nations and the Métis people.
The Heritage Festival of Saskatoon is a proud member of the Multicultural Council of Saskatchewan.