November 14, 2016
After declaring the position of National IPC VP Policy vacant, the IPC Appointments Sub-Committee engaged in an open call for applicants. We were very pleased about the interest of such qualified and impressive Indigenous candidates to be involved in playing such a key role in achieving the IPC’s mandate.
IPC is pleased announce the appointment of Alison DuBois to the position of Vice-President (Policy) of the Indigenous Peoples’ Commission (IPC). Alison is a member of the Pasqua First Nation in Saskatchewan and has an extensive background of engaging with Indigenous people and communities in the discipline of policy development. Alison brings a wealth experience to the position that will be beneficial to the IPC moving ahead with our collective goals, objectives, and activities.
“IPC’s important policy development work for the Liberal Party of Canada will benefit from the experience Alison brings to the position of VP Policy and we look forward to her contributions as it will surely benefit the IPC, the LPC, our allies, communities, and nations,” ~ IPC Co-Chair’s Lisa Abbott and Chad Cowie.
The Indigenous Peoples’ Commission represents and promotes the interests of Indigenous members of the Liberal Party and encourages the active and equitable participation of Indigenous people at all levels of the party structure.
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