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Santa arrives by helicopter at Sergeant Tommy Prince School on the Brokenhead Ojibway First Nation with MKO Grand Chief David Harper during the Santa Express tour. (Mike Deal / Winnipeg Free Press)
Madyson Bruneau, 6, gives Santa a hug as the jolly old elf meets kindergarten and Grade 1 kids on Wednesday during the Santa Express tour at Sergeant Tommy Prince School on the Brokenhead Ojibway First Nation. (Mike Deal / Winnipeg Free Press)
Gabriel Wilson, 5, talks to Santa as he meets with the kindergarten and Grade 1 kids at the Sergeant Tommy Prince School on the Brokenhead Ojibway First Nation during the Santa Express tour. (Mike Deal / Winnipeg Free Press)
Santa greets kids at Wanipigow School on the Hollow Water First Nation after arriving with MKO Grand Chief David Harper during the Santa Express tour. (Mike Deal / Winnipeg Free Press)
Santa greets kids at Wanipigow School on the Hollow Water First Nation after arriving with MKO Grand Chief David Harper during the Santa Express tour. (Mike Deal / Winnipeg Free Press)
Jacoby Smith, 5, gives Santa a look as he talks to him during Santa's visit to Wanipigow School on the Hollow Water First Nation Wednesday. (WINNIPEG FREE PRESS)
Santa arrives by helicopter at the Black River Anishinabe School on the Little Black River First Nation with MKO Grand Chief David Harper during the Santa Express tour. (Mike Deal / Winnipeg Free Press)
Children wave as Santa arrives by helicopter at the Black River Anishinabe School on the Little Black River First Nation with MKO Grand Chief David Harper during the Santa Express tour. (Mike Deal / Winnipeg Free Press)
Santa is greeted by kids as he arrives by helicopter at the Black River Anishinabe School on the Little Black River First Nation with MKO Grand Chief David Harper during the Santa Express tour. (Mike Deal / Winnipeg Free Press)
Besides the impromptu hugs, Santa had kids checking to see if his belly shook like a bowl full of jelly during his visit to the Black River Anishinabe School. (Mike Deal / Winnipeg Free Press)
A fiddling class gives an impromptu performance for Santa during his visit to the Black River Anishinabe School on the Little Black River First Nation. (Mike Deal / Winnipeg Free Press)
Late arrivals manage to sneak in some hugs as Santa heads out to the helicopter after visiting the Black River Anishinabe School on the Little Black River First Nation. (Mike Deal / Winnipeg Free Press)
The crowds gather at the Sagkeeng Arena Multi-Plex as Santa's helicopter flies in for a landing at Sagkeeng First Nation during the Santa Express tour. (Mike Deal / Winnipeg Free Press)
Five-week-old Channing Edwards, dressed like a miniature Santa, gives a huge yawn while visiting Santa at the Sagkeeng Arena Multi-Plex during Santa's visit to the Sagkeeng First Nation. (Mike Deal / Winnipeg Free Press)
Kayden Swampy, 4, gives Santa a big hug as he visits the Sagkeeng First Nation during his Santa Express tour. (WINNIPEG FREE PRESS)
Santa arrives by helicopter at Sergeant Tommy Prince School on the Brokenhead Ojibway First Nation with MKO Grand Chief David Harper during the Santa Express tour. - (Mike Deal / Winnipeg Free Press)
Madyson Bruneau, 6, gives Santa a hug as the jolly old elf meets kindergarten and Grade 1 kids on Wednesday during the Santa Express tour at Sergeant Tommy Prince School on the Brokenhead Ojibway First Nation. - (Mike Deal / Winnipeg Free Press)
Gabriel Wilson, 5, talks to Santa as he meets with the kindergarten and Grade 1 kids at the Sergeant Tommy Prince School on the Brokenhead Ojibway First Nation during the Santa Express tour. - (Mike Deal / Winnipeg Free Press)
Santa greets kids at Wanipigow School on the Hollow Water First Nation after arriving with MKO Grand Chief David Harper during the Santa Express tour. - (Mike Deal / Winnipeg Free Press)
Santa greets kids at Wanipigow School on the Hollow Water First Nation after arriving with MKO Grand Chief David Harper during the Santa Express tour. - (Mike Deal / Winnipeg Free Press)
Jacoby Smith, 5, gives Santa a look as he talks to him during Santa's visit to Wanipigow School on the Hollow Water First Nation Wednesday. - (WINNIPEG FREE PRESS)
Santa arrives by helicopter at the Black River Anishinabe School on the Little Black River First Nation with MKO Grand Chief David Harper during the Santa Express tour. - (Mike Deal / Winnipeg Free Press)
Children wave as Santa arrives by helicopter at the Black River Anishinabe School on the Little Black River First Nation with MKO Grand Chief David Harper during the Santa Express tour. - (Mike Deal / Winnipeg Free Press)
Santa is greeted by kids as he arrives by helicopter at the Black River Anishinabe School on the Little Black River First Nation with MKO Grand Chief David Harper during the Santa Express tour. - (Mike Deal / Winnipeg Free Press)
Besides the impromptu hugs, Santa had kids checking to see if his belly shook like a bowl full of jelly during his visit to the Black River Anishinabe School. - (Mike Deal / Winnipeg Free Press)
A fiddling class gives an impromptu performance for Santa during his visit to the Black River Anishinabe School on the Little Black River First Nation. - (Mike Deal / Winnipeg Free Press)
Late arrivals manage to sneak in some hugs as Santa heads out to the helicopter after visiting the Black River Anishinabe School on the Little Black River First Nation. - (Mike Deal / Winnipeg Free Press)
The crowds gather at the Sagkeeng Arena Multi-Plex as Santa's helicopter flies in for a landing at Sagkeeng First Nation during the Santa Express tour. - (Mike Deal / Winnipeg Free Press)
Five-week-old Channing Edwards, dressed like a miniature Santa, gives a huge yawn while visiting Santa at the Sagkeeng Arena Multi-Plex during Santa's visit to the Sagkeeng First Nation. - (Mike Deal / Winnipeg Free Press)
Kayden Swampy, 4, gives Santa a big hug as he visits the Sagkeeng First Nation during his Santa Express tour. - (WINNIPEG FREE PRESS)

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