Indigenous Elders in Edmonton for summit

More than 4,000 First Nation, Inuit and Metis elders are in Edmonton this week to collaborate, teach, and learn about issues including climate change, reconciliation and missing and murdered Indigenous women.

Video Journalist / Edmonton

Chris Stewart has been in the media for 20 years. He has worked at CBC, Global and CTV as a news camera operator and editor. Chris joined APTN in 2012 in the Saskatoon Bureau and moved to APTN Edmonton bureau in 2015 as a Videojournalist.


2 thoughts on “Indigenous Elders in Edmonton for summit

  1. This was a good gathering of Elders. However, there were too many Elders for everyone to be heard considering the first day was devoted to dignitaries welcoming the delegates. We only needed to hear one welcome speech. I would’ve liked to have heard more from grassroots Elders. There were just too many guests in too short a time frame for any productive work to be done. But, it was a good time to meet up with family and friends.

  2. Lilililililililili…

    I’m so looking forward to the reprecussions of this gathering. I’m certain the World is waiting to hear from our PEOPLE’S.
    We have much work to do.

    Many Blessings on the Elders. May the Mother Earth, Sacred Waters, and all our relations finally receive the respect and Gratefulness we owe, and they have pity on humanity.

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