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Spirits of Friendship

As a movement that has been in making for over 50 years, many admirable Aboriginals men and women have contributed to the success of the organization. These dedicated men and women are role models to many within the organization.

We would like to honour the contributions, dedication and committment they have put forth to our movement. We are priviledged to have had the opportunity to have worked with such honourable people.

Maurice Joseph (Moe) Blondeau 

 September 27, 1932 – January 22, 2008.  Maurice was married to Leona (Bird) for 47 years.  Together they raised 6 children – Valerie, Edward, Pierre, Brenda, Lori and Curtis.  Maurice was a cherished Grandfather and loved spending time with his numerous grandchildren, great grandchildren and great, great grandchildren.  He was a devoted family man and loving son who was... Read More >

 

Walter Raymond Joseph Schoenthal

April 30, 1936 - July 9, 2007. Walter was married to Marie Schoenthal for 17 years and later to Donna Delorme. He was a loving and devoted father to six children – Neil, Crystal, Curtis, Memorie and Myron. He was a proud Grandfather to 9 grandchildren and Great Grandfather to 1 great grandchild. Walter was predeceased by his parents Orville and Mary. Walter lived in Regina, Saskatchewan all of his 71 years... Read More >

 

Peter Dubois

1927 – 2002. Peter Dubois was known across Canada as a tireless crusader for First Nations rights and a minister of harmony between Aboriginal and Non-Aboriginal peoples. He was deeply involved for a half century locally, provincially and nationally in promoting social and educational opportunities for Aboriginal peoples and, providing programming models for future generations of Aboriginal peoples across Canada. Read More >

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