Mr. Seoyi was the first aboriginal to be appointed head of the board of the Crown Corporation in Quebec. He will take office next Monday.
Grand Chief of Wendek after 12 years and three terms in Mr. Sioi in the Quebec region Lost his election Last October. He approached the Legalt government to provide his services, He told the show Wednesday afternoon It was even better in the afternoon.
This is the first and at the same time, I think it is not the last.
Mr. Seoyi, who holds a master’s degree from the National School of Public Administration (ENAP), shows that his appointment was made by members of the First Nations
Capacity To carry out orders as well
Heavy He just got it.
On Twitter, Transport Minister Franకోois Bonnardell shared a similar view.
Supported by his experience and his humanism SAAQ In constantly improving its services to customers and road accident victims, He announced.
Appointment of Conrad Seoi SAAQIt comes as the regional government faces criticism for refusing to say there is systemic racism in Quebec.
Premier Franకోois Legalt, who has repeatedly called for action, has never refused to say that there are more racist people in the province.
There is a section of the population who believe that there is no racist system in Quebec. There are racist people. The Quebec people are not racists. In my opinion it is important to respect everyone, He said after October The untimely death of local Joyce Echoquan Joliet at the hospital.
However, this position did not prevent Conrad Seoyi from taking over as council chairman SAAQ.
The important thing for him in the coming years is that
Find solutions […] For issues that are not fair to the first countries, [mais] These are social issues.
In that sense, it is important to know at the end of the day that we do not have many friends and to fulfill our command properly. And that, we must not lose. We should not distance them, He argues.
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