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Canadian First Nations

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  • Significant Canadian Aboriginals
  • Native Political Leaders
  • Walter Dieter was one of the founders of the National Indian Brotherhood which was formed at the national level to combat the assimilation of aboriginal peoples.
  • Freda Ahenakew. She was born in the Ahtahkakoop First Nation. Was a world class linguist and scholar.
  • James Gosnell Chief of the Eagle Clan of Nisga in British Columbia.
  • Jake Fire was a Mohawk and strong defender of the Iroquois Confederacy. Like his ancestors, he was a citizen of a society which practiced a sophisticated order of government long before the arrival of the Europeans. On May 1, 1899 he was assassinated by the Canadian Dominion Police.
  • Lisa Odjig originally from Wikwemikong, Manitoulin Island, Ontario, feels connected to her Odawa/Ojibwa Nation roots and she believes more Aboriginal youth should feel the same way about theirs. She often gives dance seminars to Aboriginal children all across Canada. Lisa’s specialty is the dynamic and colourful Hoop Dance. A hoop dancer is in continuous motion, forming the shapes and designs with the hoops. Lisa explains “Hoop dancing is a story-telling dance, a teaching dance. more info. Canada's Got Talent video from April 2012.
  • Helen Betty Osborne was a Cree Aboriginal woman from Norway House reserve who was kidnapped and murdered while walking down Third Street in The Pas, Manitoba on the evening of November 13, 1971. Info 1
  • Piapot (1816-1908) also spelled Payipwat and Payepot Info 1 and Info 2 and info 3
  • Joseph Brant
  • Omer Peters was a founding member of the Union of Ontario Indians.
  • Robert Smallboy moved his Alberta Emineskin Band people in 1967 to the Rocky Mountains and set up a wilderness survival camp.
  • Teyoninhokarewen (John Norton) in 1804, a young Mohawk Chief, arrived in England from the Six Nations area of Canada to negotiate treaties with the English. At the request of the British and Foreign Bible Society, he translated the Gospel of John into Mohawk. His work would represent a number of firsts for the newly-formed Bible Society: first translation, first publication, and first distribution in a foreign land. Film Kahaha:Ra’s — I Take the Path
  • John Young was a Chief of the Pas First Nation promoted education of First Nations people.
  • Tom Longboat

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