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The 2018 Tony Cote First Nation Winter Games will be coming to northern Saskatchewan.

Three Prince Albert Grand Council communities were selected to host the games in the northeast part of the province.

Red Earth, Shoal Lake and Cumberland House will share hosting duties for next year’s games.

The decision for the three communities to host the games was decided upon by the FSIN legislative assembly in Saskatoon this morning.

The Saskatchewan First Nation Winter/Summer Games were renamed this past summer after founder Tony Cote.

Tribal councils from across the province will send teams and athletes to compete in a number of different sports including hockey, broom ball, volleyball, basketball and curling.