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An eight-point star blanket, which represents honour and respect in many indigenous communities, was presented to Joe Mulhall (at left) of the Canadian Union of Skilled Workers, by Errol Eashappie (President of ASWA).

ASWA holds 2017 convention at FNU

The Aboriginal Skilled Workers Association's 2017 Convention was held at the First Nations University of Canada in Regina on April 29th.

New Directors Chris Godda and Vincent Genereaux were voted in and welcomed to the board.

Errol Eashappie presented a blanket on behalf of the ASWA members to Joe Mulhall (president of the Canadian Union of Skilled Workers) for his efforts and those of his team in supporting ASWA. The eight-point star blanket design is a ceremonial representation of honor, respect and protection. The star symbolizes the morning star – the beginning of another day of life given by Creator -- and the standing between light (knowledge) and darkness (ignorance).

Bylaw changes
Changes were made to the bylaws. The new bylaws document has been posted on the ASWA website for you to download and read at your convenience.


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