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Friday, February 5 • 10:15am - 11:15am
The Osoyoos Indian Band socio-economic story from an education perspective

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Chief Clarence Louie believes that socio-economic development is a prerequisite for First Nation self-reliance and will facilitate a return to our working culture – the self-supporting lifestyle of our ancestors.


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Chief Clarence Louie

Clarence Louie CM OBC is a Canadian First Nations leader and businessman. Louie has been the chief of the Osoyoos Indian Band in British Columbia's Okanagan for ten terms, the first beginning in 1985. He has been credited with contributing to the economic success of the small community... Read More →



Friday February 5, 2021 10:15am - 11:15am MST
Virtual Feature Room A
  Feature / Conférencier
  • Language of Presentation English
  • Grade Focus General
  • Chairperson Annie Drapeau - None
  • Room Details None
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  • Tags English