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Photo Annick Tremblay

Annick Tremblay

Hello, My name is Annick Tremblay and I am from the Innu...

Annick Tremblay - First Nations of Quebec and Labrador Youth Network Spokesperson

Annick Tremblay

Community: Mashteuiatsh

Nation: Innu (Montagnais)

Photo Annick Tremblay

Hello, My name is Annick Tremblay and I am from the Innu community of Mashteuiatsh. I am also a mother of two young children whose father is Wendat. I spent part of my youth until today in Quebec but also in Wendake. I studied preschool and primary education, in arts, hotel and Aboriginal tourism. These are all areas that fascinate me. As far back as I can remember, I always wanted to work in First nation communities. I feel that we are filled with wealth and great potential that we must put it to use. As for my work experience, I worked fifteen years in various positions such as a traditional dancer, guide-interpreter, Responsible for Operations, a tourist site in Wendake. During the last eight years, I was coordinator of the Huron-Wendat Museum. My greatest pride is to have to have helped make known our beautiful culture and cultural heritage. Joining the team as the AFNQL Regional Youth Coordinator is a great privilege. This is a great challenge and it is with pleasure that I agreed to take it. I look forward to meeting your youth committeand or help you create a youth committee in your communities.

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