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Randell Morris, Educator

Without an affluent Aboriginal community, warned economics professor Eric Howe, “That million-dollar house in Saskatoon Stonebridge or the equivalent Regina neighbourhood won’t be worth a million dollars by the time you sell it.”

Randell Morris, a great guy who also achieved great results, improved the economic outlook for First Nations people, and for all the rest of us.

“College president worked tirelessly to improve lives of Saskatchewan first nations” – Globe and Mail

Bill Hanson, Aboriginal Economic Development Consultant

After forging his own path “from the trapline to online,” Bill Hanson used his depth of experience to re-imagine aboriginal employment and economic development.

Understanding both worlds made him a key link between government, natives – The Globe and Mail

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