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Wilfrid Laurier University Leaf
May 25, 2016

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Assembly of First Nationsí National Chief Perry Bellegarde to speak at Laurierís Waterloo campus Assembly of First Nationsí National Chief Perry Bellegarde to speak at Laurierís Waterloo campus
(News Release - Mar 30)
Waterloo Lutheran Seminary and Laurierís Office of Aboriginal Initiatives present Circle of Dialogue Waterloo Lutheran Seminary and Laurierís Office of Aboriginal Initiatives present Circle of Dialogue
(News Release - Mar 09)
TehotikahrathŤ:tha March Break Camp at Laurier Brantford March 14-18 TehotikahrathŤ:tha March Break Camp at Laurier Brantford March 14-18
(Headline - Mar 04)
Laurier celebrates the contribution of Aboriginal knowledge to education Laurier celebrates the contribution of Aboriginal knowledge to education
(News Release - Mar 02)
Laurier to host conference on faith as a force for peace Laurier to host conference on faith as a force for peace
(News Release - Feb 23)
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Charlene Leon, 2013 Charlene Leon is Ojibwe-Cree from the Peguis First Nation in Manitoba. Since Charlene was 18 years old she has been living in British Columbia and now calls it home. She obtained her Bachelor of Arts degree in Adult Education from The University of Fraser Valley in British Columbia, and is now a graduate of the Masters of Social Work Ė Aboriginal Field of Study at Laurier. In her free time you can find Charlene on the Powwow trail with her two children. She loves helping her daughter with sewing and beading on her regalia. Charlene enjoys being outdoors hiking and cross-country skiing. Charlene has returned to British Columbia since finishing her Masters and work with Post Secondary students.

Charlene Leon
MSW AFS Grad,
2013