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Richard Pringle (right), Manager Community Investment at Hydro One, and MNO
Veterans’ Council President Joseph Paquette (left).Submitted by MNO Veterans’ Council President Joe Paquette
During the 2015 Annual General Assembly (AGA) in Midland, the Métis Nation of Ontario (MNO) Veterans’ Council launched the release of a new book, Fighting For Canada Before There Was A Canada: Ontario Métis Veterans Pass the Torch.
The project that led to the book’s release began in the spring of 2013 and submissions by Métis veterans, veteran supporters and Métis youth were published in the book.
MNO Veterans’ Council President Joseph Paquette presented certificates of appreciation to the sponsors whose contributions helped bring the book project into fruition.
The sponsors--Nuclear Waste Management Organization, Ontario Power Generation, Hydro One Network Inc. and Techno-Metal Post—were additionally presented with copies of the book.
Members of the Nuclear Waste Management Organization holding the certificate of appreciation and the Métis veterans’ book. From left: Ross Holden, Senior Engagement Advisor, Aboriginal Relations; Lisa Frizzell, Director of Corporate Affairs; Bob Watts, Associate Vice-President, Aboriginal Relations; MNO Veterans’ Council President Joe Paquette; and Joe Gaboury, Director, Aboriginal Relations.
Scott Berry (right), Manager of Nuclear Issues and Waste at Ontario Power Generation, and MNO Veterans' Council President Joseph Paquette (left).
President and CEO of Techno Metal Post Roger Lauzon (third from left) and MNO Veterans' Council President Joseph Paquette (right).
Published on: December 23, 2015
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