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Cindy Woodhouse Biography

The Assembly of First Nations’ strength comes from the voices of our Chiefs as they directly represent our people. To create a better tomorrow for our children, our First Nations need to support each other now more than ever.

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We will build on past accomplishments as well as learn from past errors, but we need to keep pushing forward in a good way.  

We must relentlessly fight for all First Nations’ Treaty rights, inherent rights, title, and jurisdiction.

BACKGROUND

  • Born and raised in the Anishinaabe community of Pinaymootang First Nation, located in Treaty 2 territory, Manitoba. 
  • Great-great-great grandfather, Chief Richard Woodhouse, was an original signatory of Treaty 2 on August 21, 1871. 
  • Graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree and completed Harvard Business School ‘Leading People and Investing to Build Sustainable Communities’ program. 
  • Accumulated a wealth of experience on how decisions are made in Ottawa and how First Nations can make our voices heard to fulfill mandates from Chiefs. 

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