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Addictions, Stress Management and Mental Health Expert
Allan Kehler empowers his audiences and is a highly sought-after keynote speaker. He has gained national attention for his engaging style and captivating approach.
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Saskatchewan Aboriginal | First Nation
Aboriginal Indigenous and First Nation Expert
In December 1984 Chief Clarence Louie was elected as the Chief of the Osoyoos Indian Band, part of the Okanagan Nation in south central British Columbia. Chief Clarence Louie has consistently emphasized economic development as a means to improve his people’s standard of living.
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British Columbia Aboriginal | First Nation
Truth and Reconciliation, Aboriginal and First Nation Expert
Janice Makokis, the youngest of the Makokis family, is an acting lawyer and consultant that is fresh from participating in legal matters relating to the Truth and Reconciliation Commission in Canada. Janice has Co-Chaired the North American Indigenous Peoples Caucus (NAIPC) at the United Nations on the Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues.
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Indigenous Rights, LGBTQ2, First Nation Health, First Nations Relations Expert
Dr. James Makokis is a proud Cree from the Saddle Lake First Nation in Northern Alberta.
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Leadership, Communications, Team Building and Transformation Expert
What does it take to leave an audience altered through a keynote or workshop presentation? It takes the kind of talk that delivers such a fundamentally penetrating message that you are left compelled to act on what you hear. This is exactly what you get when Vik Maraj speaks.
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First Nations, Human Rights and Diversity and Inclusion Expert
Roy Pogorzelski is Métis from Saskatchewan and his family comes from the communities of Green Lake and Meadow Lake in the North. He has a Bachelor of Arts in Indigenous Studies and a Bachelor of Human Justice from the University of Regina, and an M.
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