Quebec Native Women’s Association has a new president

The Quebec Native Women’s Association has a new president.

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The Quebec Native Women’s Association has a new president.

Michele Audette of Wendake, Que., was elected Sunday.

Audette is a former president of the organization and the outgoing vice-president.

She has been involved in many campaigns promoting the rights of Aboriginal women in Quebec.

Most recently she was involved with the Marche Amun which saw a group of women march from Wendake to Ottawa in support of the McIvor decision.

Mohawk activist Ellen Gabriel stepped down after serving three consecutive terms as president of the organization.

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Before moving to become the APTN News social media producer, Mark was the executive producer for the news in eastern Canada. Before starting with APTN in 2009, Mark worked at CBC Radio and Television in Newfoundland and Labrador and Ottawa.

2 thoughts on “Quebec Native Women’s Association has a new president

  1. Change is good, and I look forward to having a grassroots voice for aboriginal women in Quebec. All the best to Ellen Gabriel, I know that she will continue to be a strong voice in the international arena!

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