Culture

“My Cree culture presents a formula for peak performance”

Chief Wilton Littlechild
Chief Wilton Littlechild operates the law firm of J. Wilton Littlechild, Barrister and Solicitor, and is also a commissioner with Canada’s Truth and Reconciliation Commission. He was the first Treaty First Nation person to earn a law degree from the University of Alberta. A founder of the North American Indigenous Games, he has been inducted into seven sports halls of fame. He served as a Member of Parliament and on several senior committees in the House of Commons, and was a parliamentary delegate to the United Nations.

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