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"Its Time to put People First"

The First Peoples National Party has made Canadian Political history on Dec. 28, 2005, with the official candidacy of Will Morin in the riding of Algoma Manitoulin Kaspuskasing.

The First Peoples National Party received "Eligible for Party Status" on Dec. 06, 2005 and with Will Morin as their first official candidate propels FPNP into being an officially "Registered Political Party."

With a slogan "Its time to put People First" the FPNP is inclusive of all peoples.

"Historically First Nations, Inuit and Métis peoples have not participated in politics to our fullest extent. The FPNP will give us this opportunity to participate and have ownership of a political process that has sometimes seemed foreign and unresponsive to our needs and concerns. The House of Commons and the Canadian Parliament must represent the values and philosophy our peoples, the FPNP is a vehicle to make this a reality." Barb Wardlaw, FPNP Interm Leader, cell 705-525-0090

Will Morin Official Candidate in the riding of Algoma Manitoulin Kaspuskasing.

Will Morin is an educator, artist and cultural consultant. A member of the Michipicoten First Nation Will has lived in and worked in Northern Ontario most of his life.

Mr. Morin served as a medical assistant in the Canadian Armed Forces during the first Gulf War,obtained a B.F.A. from NSCAD in Halifax and a B.A. in Native Studies and a Masters in Humanites from Laurentian University.

His experience in politics began while at Cambrian College as president of the Young Liberals Association. While at university he was the Eastern Regional Rep for
Aboriginal Students with the Canadian Federation of Students.

As a cultural consultant Will helped to develop the White Mountain Academy of the Arts. As an educator he has taught (Cambrian College, Sault College, White Mountain Academy, University of Sudbury) and lectured throughout Northern Ontario, Michigan State, and Western England - U.K. He is an accomplished visual artist exhibiting nationally.

Will's commitment to community development has gained him two nominations for Community Builder's Award in the area of Art & Culture for the City of Greater Sudbury. Presently he conducts cultural programming for Native youth in various CAS custody group homes in Sudbury.

For more information about Will Morin, to book an interview, invite to speak, confirm speaking dates, debates, and or community meetings, contact the candidate via:

William Morin
28 Hillside Dr. West
Cutler, Ontario, P0P 1B0
Phone: 705-675-3374
cell: 705-561-8004,
Toll Free: 877-248-4133


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