The IPC welcomes Brandon Pardy as our new Vice-President (Operations)
For Immediate Release
July 4, 2016
Following the success of the recent Liberal Party of Canada’s Biennial Convention and establishing the 2016-2018 IPC National Executive, we are pleased to announce Brandon Pardy has been appointed as the Vice-President (Operations) of the Indigenous Peoples’ Commission (IPC).
Brandon is Inuk from Labrador and has an extensive background in working with Indigenous people and communities. He has solid education in Environmental Science including integrating Aboriginal knowledge and education. Brandon brings a wealth experience to the position that will be beneficial to the IPC moving ahead with our collective goals, objectives, and activities.
“It is always exciting to welcome the fresh perspective of new executive members to IPC. I look forward to the tremendous benefits Brandon’s service will provide to IPC, our members, allies, and communities,” responded 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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IPC Vice-President (Communications)