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This Cree chef opened up his Edmonton restaurant kitchen to Ukrainians fleeing war

Cook County Saloon

On Saturday, a handful of volunteers from the group Free Store for Ukrainian Newcomers were hard at work making a variety of cultural dishes at Cook County Saloon in Edmonton. Head chef Matthew Potts worked with the group to make meals to sell, with the proceeds going toward buying essentials for newcomers settling in Canada.

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