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Chkwabun Sappier

Dernière mise à jour : 3 nov. 2021

As a wolastoqiyik, I have made it my life’s work in helping the environment and helping our people. One of the most effective ways of securing a sustainable environment for future generations to thrive in, is by bringing back our language and our connection to mother earth. It is the reconnection with nature through language and ceremony that will foster future leaders who are immersed in our knowledge of relation and balance, which are key components to our existences.

Personal Background

Grew up in Neqotkuk and is married with three children.

Work Background

Various work in indigenous environmental monitoring, climate change and energy efficiency.

Studies Background

Graduated from the Environment Technology Degree at New Brunswick Community College Recently graduated from the Maliseet Language Program through St. Thomas University

Currently enrolled at St. Thomas University for BA with a double major in Native Studies and Environment and Society.

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