ENOCH CREE NATION — Travis Toews, candidate for leader of the United Conservative Party, was honoured to be joined by Chief Billy Morin of the Enoch Cree Nation on stage, to receive his endorsement this evening.
“Travis is a proven leader with character who not only balanced the budget, but has a vision to boom the economy for all Albertans and families,” said Chief Morin.
Travis Toews and Billy Morin at the Enoch Cree Nation - June 21, 2022 (Photo available for publication)
“Chief Billy Morin has been a champion for his Nation and for Indigenous people across Alberta,” said Toews. “To receive his endorsement on National Indigenous Peoples’ Day means a great deal. If I am given the privilege of leading our party and province, I will ensure that we continue to meaningfully engage Indigenous communities to be partners in prosperity.”
Chief Morin was elected in 2015 as the youngest Chief in Enoch Cree Nation’s history, at the age of 28. His priorities have been financial transparency and accountability, economic development and business growth, and creating jobs on and off the reserve to benefit all Albertans. Chief Morin also serves as the Chairman of the River Cree Resort & Casino, the largest Indigenous employer in the Capital Region, and as a Trustee for the Alberta Cancer Foundation.
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