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Singer, Songwriter, Advocate
Susan is the first Inuk artist to win a Juno (3) and a Governor General’s Performing Arts Award for lifetime artistic achievement, she is an officer of the Order of Canada, holds several Honorary Doctorate degrees and has held command performances; but Susan also acknowledges the path has not been easy.
“Here I was, living a life I never imagined, but I was struggling to understand who I was.
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First Nation and Indigenous Expert
The Honourable Judge Marion Buller (also known as Marion Buller Bennett) is a First Nations jurist in British Columbia, serving as the Chief Commissioner for the National Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls. A member of the Mistawasis First Nation, she was the first First Nations woman to be appointed to the Provincial Court of British Columbia and presided in courts throughout B.
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A Full Indigenous Perspective
The Makokis Family can work together or as an individual to draft up different types of presentations from a broad or technical perspective. The Makokis family has become one of Canada's most recognizable Indigenous Families.
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Indigenous Tourism and Entrepreneurship, Indigenous Storytelling, First Nation Relationship building Expert. Owner of Multiple businesses building strong vibrant economies in our Communities.
Born and raised in the Northwest Territories (NWT) Greg’s Indigenous Culture and background is his identity. Once Greg Hopf received his post-secondary education in Alberta, Greg went on to successfully manage a tourism hunting and fishing lodge in the NWT where the focus was on developing and providing Authentic Indigenous experiences.
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LGBTQ2, Two Spirit and Diversity Expert
Anthony Johnson, a self-proclaimed spiritual nomad, is an artist, poet, photographer, cultural documentarian, public speaker, and a strategic analyst whose mission in life is to explore the beauty of the Earth and its inhabitants. A proud Dine (Navajo) man who was born and raised on the Navajo Nation, he’s lived in many cities across Turtle Island and even had a short stint in Shanghai, China.
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Resilience, 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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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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Aboriginal, First Nation, Indigenous and Social Policy Expert
Dr. Patricia Makokis,(Ed.
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Truth and Reconciliation, Aboriginal and First Nation Expert
Janice Makokis, the youngest of the Makokis family, is a legal scholar, acting lawyer, mother and Indigenous consultant from Saddle Lake Cree Nation located in Treaty 6 territory. She holds a B.
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Canada's Two Spirit, Diversity, Indigenous Health and First Nation Expert
Dr. James Makokis leads one of North America’s most progressive family medical clinics serving both LGBTQ2+ and First Nation peoples from all over Canada.
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Dr. James Makokis is well grounded in all matters relating to Indigenous cultures, traditions, values, and customs.
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Motivator, Business Storyteller, Entrepreneur, and Author
Kendal Netmaker is an award-winning entrepreneur, author, and gifted keynote speaker who is on a mission to empower and motivate people worldwide by sharing his story that regardless of where you come from and what challenges you face, you have the power to enact change. From Sweetgrass First Nation, Kendal and his siblings were raised by their single mother.
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Saskatchewan Indigenous | First Nation
Medical Doctor, Indigenous Health and First Nation Expert
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Indigenous Artist, Activist & Educator
Eddy Robinson is an Anishinaabe/Muskegowuk Cree of the Missanabie Cree First Nation who was born and raised in the city of Toronto. Like many Indigenous people in Canada Eddy did not enjoy an easy childhood as an Anishinaabe youth in the big city.
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Redx Talks Founder, Award Winning Filmaker, First Nation Expert
Cowboy Smithx is an Award Winning filmmaker of Blackfoot Ancestry from the Piikani and Kainai tribes of Southern Alberta, Canada. Cowboy Smithx is the founder and curator of the highly acclaimed International Indigenous speaker series “REDx Talks.
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Two-Spirit Advocate and Mental Health Expert
Teddy Syrette (Ozhawa Anung Kwe/Yellow Star Woman) is a 2-Spirit Anishnabe from Rankin Reserve of Batchewana First Nation of the Anishnabek. Teddy has a background in social justice for First Nation and 2Spirit and LGBTQ+ people and communities.
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Workplace Relationships expert, helping teams learn to PLAY NICE in the Sandbox, communication, conflict resolution, speaker, trainer, author
Penny Tremblay helps people learn to play nice in the sandbox…and when they don’t, she helps them fix broken relationships.
As we approach 2021, it is more important than ever for workplaces to inspire collaborative teamwork.
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Award-Winning Aboriginal Entrepreneur, Oil-Sands Tycoon and Health & Safety Expert Embraces Two-Spirited Lifestyle
ICEIS Rain is much more than a fiery entertainer with a penchant for peacock headdresses, fur coats and sparkly stilettos.
As a proud member of the Mikisew Cree First Nation and founder and CEO of ICEIS Safety, she is also an oil-patch entrepreneur who overcame great adversity to build a multi-million dollar enterprise.
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