Chief Clarence Louie at Lakehead University on September 21


Chief Clarence Louie of the Osoyoos Indian Band in British Columbia will speak at Lakehead University on Tuesday September 21st at 7 pm. All are welcome to this free talk called Working Together for Success.

Chief Louie is a member of the Order of British Columbia. He was  named one of the Globe and Mail’s Top 10 Nation Builders of the  Decade 2000-2010 for his work in helping the Osoyoos Indian Band reach almost full employment with 9 businesses controlled by the Band’s  Development Corporation, including North America’s first  Aboriginal-owned winery. His message is that to preserve the past and to live well a strong future must be ensured through economic development.

Come and hear about Chief Louie’s experience of working together for success and learn from Chief Louie’s message for our region. You are invited by the Faculty of Education and Aboriginal Initiatives at Lakehead University with special thanks to sponsors and our presenting sponsor Ontario Power Generation.

The Chief Louie Event Organizing Committee

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