Election Coverage Week 1

German, Amy
May 2013
Nation (1206-2642);5/31/2013, Vol. 20 Issue 15, p10
An interview with Canadian Cree politician Ashley Iserhoff is presented. When asked about the positions he has held as a politician, he says that he started off with the Cree Nation Youth Council in 1988 and was elected to the Council of Mistissini. Iserhoff explains the difference between running for Deputy in the previous election and running for Grand Chief in 2013. He discusses his plan on the negotiations between the Cree and Quebec regarding the development in the north.


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