Economic Hope & the Path to Reconciliation: A conversation with Glenn Nolan, VP Government Affairs, Noront Resources

November 25, 2020

His father had a grade three education and his daughter is a university-educated banking professional. According to Glenn Nolan, past Chief of the Missanabie Cree in Ontario, his community’s self-sufficiency is rooted in the development of natural resources on their traditional lands. From hunter-gatherers to captains of industry within 3 generations, economic hope leads to economic freedom. It all started in the late 1940s with a small spark of hope for the Missanabie Cree.

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