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IANE Westman's Champion of Aboriginal Employment awards luncheon

Back: Gail Cullen, Frank Tacan, Anna-Kay Gordon, Roberta MacKinnon and Anita Neault.  
Front: Barb Desjardins, Tammy Hossack and Denise Henry.

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Back: Gail Cullen, Frank Tacan, Anna-Kay Gordon, Roberta MacKinnon and Anita Neault. Front: Barb Desjardins, Tammy Hossack and Denise Henry.

The annual luncheon for IANE — the Interprovincial Association on Native Employment — was held on April 9 at the Victoria Inn.

Jessica Meeches, Valerie Houle and Brooke Mousseau.

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Jessica Meeches, Valerie Houle and Brooke Mousseau. (MARIAH PHILLIPS/FOR THE SUN)

Jim Ferguson, Sandra Wallace and David Mills.

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Jim Ferguson, Sandra Wallace and David Mills. (MARIAH PHILLIPS/FOR THE SUN)

Darra Black and John Mayer.

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Darra Black and John Mayer. (MARIAH PHILLIPS/FOR THE SUN)

Charlotte Larocque, chair of IANE Westman, said that this was the third year a luncheon had been held, replacing a one-day annual conference.

Those chosen to receive a Champion of Aboriginal Employment award had to demonstrate four main criteria: being a role model, being innovative, being committed, and being a change agent.

The winners were:

• Dave Mills from A&W on 18th Street; presented by Amie Martin

• Sandra Wallace from the City of Brandon Employee; presented by Sarah Hobson

• Jim Ferguson, educator; presented by Dayle Hughson

You can check out the newly launched website for upcoming news, events, resources, training and opportunities at ianewestman.com

Republished from the Brandon Sun print edition April 19, 2014

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The annual luncheon for IANE — the Interprovincial Association on Native Employment — was held on April 9 at the Victoria Inn.

Charlotte Larocque, chair of IANE Westman, said that this was the third year a luncheon had been held, replacing a one-day annual conference.

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The annual luncheon for IANE — the Interprovincial Association on Native Employment — was held on April 9 at the Victoria Inn.

Charlotte Larocque, chair of IANE Westman, said that this was the third year a luncheon had been held, replacing a one-day annual conference.

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