Si vous avez besoin d’information ou si vous avez des questions en français, SVP contactez Marie-Ève Bordereau.
Administration and Communication Coordinator
Kathy McCue is a member of the Curve Lake First Nation in Ontario. Kathy has over 30 years experience in various aspects of First Nation administration and governance. She maintains a strong commitment to community development and enjoys the opportunity to provide technical support that improves capacity and furthers the objectives of First Nation communities.
Christopher E. Angeconeb LL.B
Legislative Analysis Coordinator
Christopher E. Angeconeb is Anishinaabe from Treaty Three. Chris graduated from Sir Sandford Fleming College with a diploma in Law and Security and attended Carleton University (Law and Psychology). Chris obtained his law degree from the University of Ottawa (1994) and received his call to the Ontario Bar in January 1996. Chris has dedicated his career to the advancement of First Nations issues through work with various federal government departments and agencies, First Nations organizations and private business.
Communications & Community Relations Officer
Lindsay Mullin is a graduate from the University of Western Ontario with an honours double major in Media, Information & Technoculture (MIT), as well as First Nation Studies. Lindsay is also a graduate from the Social Service Worker program at Loyalist College. Originally from Marysville, Ontario, she is passionate in providing connection and communication to help support First Nations communities in future endeavours.
NALMA and the COEMRP are pleased to welcome Laurie Hockaday to the COEMRP team in the position of Executive Support. A member of the Curve Lake First Nation in Ontario, Laurie brings 28 years of experience in various aspects of First Nation governance. She is dedicated to providing exceptional service to First Nation people and communities and looks forward to assisting First Nation leaders and technicians in the area of Matrimonial Real Property.
MRP Special Projects Officer
Crystal Cummings joined the team as the Special Projects Officer to administer the Special Pilot Funding Project. A member of the Curve Lake First Nation in Ontario, Crystal brings 25 years of experience working with First Nations mainly in the area of program administration and community development support. Crystal is looking forward to assisting First Nations exercise their law-making powers as they pertain to Matrimonial Real Property.
Marie-Ève L. Bordeleau is of Cree origin and a band member of the Waswanipi First Nation. She holds a Bachelor of Civil Law from Laval University and was admitted to the Quebec Bar in 2007.
In 2005, she worked with local Aboriginal communities in the Fiji Islands as a volunteer lawyer for The Pacific Center for Public Integrity, a non-governmental organization. From 2006 to 2011, she practiced law with Morin & Murdoch focusing mainly on Aboriginal law. She also acted as legal counsel and worked as corporate secretary for different organizations. From 2011 to 2013, Mrs. Marie-Ève L. Bordeleau was the Justice and Public Security advisor at Quebec Native Women Inc. In 2012, Mrs. Bordeleau successfully completed a training program with the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights. In the framework of this program, she participated in training sessions with other United Nations agencies such as ILO, WIPO and UNESCO, among others.
Mrs. Bordeleau has a particular interest in alternative forms of justice. In 2013, she attended and completed training in Restorative Justice at Sherbrooke University and in Mediation (civil, commercial and labour) offered by the Barreau du Québec. She is the co-founder of the Mobile Mediation Clinic for First Nations Communities.
She currently practices law from her office located in Kahnawake, Qc.