Face To Face: Dennis Ward sits down with Lester Howse

Dennis Ward
APTN Face To Face
He was involved in the American Indian Movement in the 1960’s and 70’s and is well known for his knowledge of international law.

Lester Howse admits, judges are not happy to see him walk through the doors of a courtroom.

Howse has been fighting for Tribal Sovereignty because he says it supersedes the Indian Act system and domestic Canadian law.

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Dennis is Métis from southern Manitoba. After spending a decade working in TV in Alberta and Ontario, Dennis returned to Manitoba to join APTN’s Winnipeg bureau as a reporter/correspondent in September 2014. In 2016, he won a Canadian Association of Journalists award for his story A Soldier Scorned for APTN Investigates. In 2017, he became a host/producer for APTN National News and Face to Face. In 2020, Dennis and co host Melissa Ridgen were nominated for a Canadian Screen Award for Best News Anchor, National.

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  1. Wondering now that the Supreme Court of Canada has unanimously decided Metis are in fact Indian, will Metis-Indian be able to declare soverienty.

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