Proper representation, the importance of treaties, privatization and how to peacefully coexist. A few months back, Brady Paul shared stories and insight on the topics.

By Diversity Equity & Inclusion

Today I’m joined by Brady Paul, Brady is from Sitansisk (sa-dan-sisk)  (St Mary’s First Nation) in New Brunswick and he is Wolastoqiyik, (wool-last-took-way-ik)  which means people of the beautiful river. Brady was a former student athlete at Saint Mary’s University where he graduated with a Bachelor of Arts with a major in history which was focused on Indigenous history. With a combination of personal experiences along with his studies Brady has instilled a dedication for indigenous wellness, advocacy, and preservation.  Early in Brady’s professional career at the University of New Brunswick Mi’Kmaq-Wolastoqey (wool-last-took-way-ik) Centre, he was able to gain experience that reinforced his passion for traditional healing methods, ideologies, and preservation of culture and language as a Wolastoqey language application developer and as a Traditional Wellness Project Researcher.

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