Canadian Aboriginal Veterans and Serving Members Association President Blames Sensitive, ‘Snowflakes’ For Ouster Efforts

Richard Blackwolf, President of the Canadian Aboriginal Veterans and Serving Members Association, is blaming a liberal conspiracy and overly sensitive, “snowflakes” behind an effort to oust him as president. These came after he made a number of controversial posts on social media regarding the LGBT community, Muslims and left-wing women.

By Jason Warick, CBC News Posted: Aug 16, 2017

Saskatchewan Now Has A Record Number Of Female Chiefs

According to figures provided by the Federation of Sovereign Indigenous Nations (FSIN) a record number of Saskatchewan First Nations are now led by women. Two of the five FSIN executive members are women and 16 of the provinces 74 chiefs are women. The first post-treaty female chief was in 1954 when 24 year old Gwen O’Soup was chief of the Key Lake First Nation.

By Jason Warick, CBC News Posted: Jul 26, 2017