Deloria Lane Many Grey Horse
Violich Wins National Indigenous
Alberta Office of Aboriginal
Child and Youth Advocate
Condensed by Native Village
Deloria Lane Many Grey
Horses has received the National
Indigenous Education Award in
Leadership. The Governor General
of Canada presented it to her
Many Grey Horses was
outstanding work in southeast
Asia with Indigenous youth;
Her participation in
the development of
the 2013 Alberta
Her role at the
Alberta Office of
Aboriginal Child and
the National Aboriginal
Achievement Awards, The
Indspire Awards recognize
Indigenous professionals and
youth for their outstanding
career achievement. They were created in 1993,
in conjunction with the United
Nation’s International Decade of
the World’s Indigenous Peoples.
Indspire represent the highest honor
the Indigenous community bestows
upon its achievers.
Twelve people were
honoured with a
Guiding the Journey
Doris Camsell: Language,
Curtis Michael :
and Traditions, Nova
Many Grey Horses:
Wilson: Leadership, Manitoba
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