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Manitoba Organization: Manitoba Indian Brotherhood / Assembly of Manitoba Chiefs

In 1967, the Manitoba Indian Brotherhood was founded as an organization to advocate on behalf of the interests of Manitoba First Nations. It was later reconfigured as the Assembly of Manitoba Chiefs.

Presidents (MIB)

Period

President

1968-1974

David Courchene (1926-1992)

Grand Chiefs (AMC)

Period

Grand Chief

1987-1989

Louis John Stevenson (1950-2014)

1989-1997

Larry Phillip “Phil” Fontaine

1997-2000

Roderick William Bushie (1952-2013)

2000-2005

Dennis White Bird

Executive Directors

Period

Executive Director

1989-1990

Shirley B. Olson (c1944-1990)

11 years

Theodore “Ted” Fontaine (1941-2021)

See also:

Historic Sites of Manitoba: Elzéar Goulet Park Marker and Plaques (Tache Avenue, Winnipeg)

Sources:

This page was prepared by Gordon Goldsborough.

Page revised: 31 May 2022

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