Today’s guest is Mi’kmaq First Nations belonging to a community called Eskasoni but currently resides in Lower Sackville, Nova Scotia. He is a direct descendant of the last hereditary Grand Chief John Denny Jr.

He is a motivational speaker, a champion of diversity & a role model for Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal people.

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Trevor Sanipass is Mi’kmaq First Nations belonging to a community called Eskasoni but currently resides in Lower Sackville, Nova Scotia. He is a direct descendant of the last hereditary Grand Chief John Denny Jr.

He is a motivational speaker, a champion of diversity & a role model for Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal people.

He is a member of a long list of committees, including Human Rights Facilitator and Aboriginal Perceptions facilitator called “L’nu’way” for Department of Justice. He is a member of the “Treaty Education Speaker’s Bureau”and is a new member of the Union of Nova Scotia Indians Justice Committee Representative for the Tripartite Forum.

He is a champion arm wrestler who placed 8th in the World and was an associate producer and consultant for a television series called “Arm Nation”.

He has received two (2) Minister of Justice Awards, “Exceptional Contributions to Corrections” and a limited-edition pin from the House of Commons for his commitment and support to Indigenous people and youth.

He speaks in high schools, Universities, and Colleges. He goes around and shares his culture, knowledge, and wisdom to Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal communities throughout the Atlantic Provinces.

Trevor’s start in arm wrestling
Indigenous people in the news
Going to the world championships of arm wrestling
Creating the mini docu-series on arm-wrestling called True North Strong
Trevor’s 2-week transition from Politics to arm wresting
The message Trevor shares to Indigenous youth
The intergenerational trauma from the public school system
The teaching Trevor’s father stressed
Why we need more role models
Treaty education
Trevor’s four things Learn Act Engage and Participate
Why it’s important to be open-minded
Understanding the Mi’kmaq did not surrender their land
The Grand Council
Understanding Oral HIstory
What an Elder is
What is Turtle Island
The 20,000-year oral history
The lost Wampum belt containing the Mi’kmaq history
Trevor’s amazing story about asking spirit for a sign

 

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