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Five native artists have been honoured by the province of British Columbia with the 2008 B.C. Creative Achievement Awards for Aboriginal Art.

Each will receive $5,000 at a ceremony on June 10 in Vancouver.

Haida artist Reg Davidson of Old Masset, on the Queen Charlotte Islands, was one of the five artists who won, along with Bruce Alfred of Alert Bay, Charles W. Elliot of Brentwood Bay, Debra Sparrow of Vancouver and Daniel Tom of Barriere.

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