The Tony Cote Summer Games came to an end Saturday night in Saskatoon with many smiles and many great performances in the seven sports that were contested.

Team Woodland, which was made up of athletes representing the Lac La Ronge Indian Band, the Montreal Lake Cree Nation and the Peter Ballantyne Cree Nation, had the most gold medals with 18 to go along with 9 silver and 17 bronze. The Battlefords Agency Tribal Council had the most medals with 49–14 gold, 19 silver and 16 bronze.

Team Woodland, the Battlefords Agency Tribal Council and the File Hills Qu’Appelle Tribal Council all shared first place in the overall points standings.

The Tony Cote Winter Games will go in Regina in February of 2023.

Those wanting to know what happened in the individual events can do so by going to

(Photo courtesy of Tony Cote First Nations Summer Games Facebook)