Pauline Saulnier Receives OPSEU Tim Brown Award

Pauline Saulnier Awarded
Pauline Saulnier (right) receives the Tim Brown Award at the Ontario Public Service
Employees Union (OPSEU) Annual Convention from OPSEU President, Warren
“Smokey” Thomas (left).

On April 21, Provisional Council of the Métis Nation of Ontario (PCMNO) Region 7 Councillor, Pauline Saulnier, received the "Tim Brown Award" at the Ontario Public Service Employees Union (OPSEU) Annual Convention. In 2007, Pauline joined the OPSEU Aboriginal Circle under Tim Brown’s leadership and became Vice-chair in 2008. With Tim Brown’s passing, she was elected Chair of the Circle.

Pauline was honoured both for her work with the Métis Nation of Ontario (MNO) and her role in the OPSEU Aboriginal Circle. Pauline became an MNO citizen in 1996 and by 2000 was elected President of the MNO Georgian Bay Métis Council. In 2005, she was elected Region 7 PCMNO Councillor and was re-elected to that position in the recent MNO election.

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