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Eric J. Large    

Author and Former Chief of the Saddle Lake Cree Nation

Eric John Large is an Indian Residential School Coordinator and Resolution Health Support Worker. In 1978, he completed the bachelor of education degree program at the University of Alberta. Later, he attended a management studies program at Blue Quills First Nations College from 1987 to 1989. Large loves serving people in the field of native politics, federal and provincial policies, federal legislation and public services. His interests include health care, social welfare, youth development, social science, culture and traditions, history and writing. He highly values respect for all people regardless of their origin, heritage, and belief.

He is the author of the intriguing Selected Contemporary Native Issues in Canada, and is a former chief of the Saddle Lake Cree Nation with an impressive record of service to his people. His book is an assortment of pieces regarding Canada's aborigines, including appendixes, statements, press conferences and memoranda written by Large during his public career, as well as five short chapters of original prose.


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