Our Staff

Si vous avez besoin d’information ou si vous avez des questions en français, SVP contactez Catherine Fagan.

crystal-picCrystal Cummings
MRP Coordinator

A member of the Curve Lake First Nation in Ontario, Crystal Cummings brings 30 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.

kathy Kathy McCue
MRP Specialist – West (NT, BC, AB, SK)
(705) 927-5224

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.

christopherChristopher E. Angeconeb LL.B
MRP Specialist – East (MB, ON, English QC & Atlantic Region)
(705) 917-0076

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.

Catherine Fagan
Soutien Francophone

Catherine Fagan is a partner of Arbutus Law Group LLP based out of Montreal and is a member of the Inuit community of NunatuKavut in Labrador.

She is a member of the Barreau du Québec, the Law Society of Newfoundland & Labrador and the Law Society of Manitoba. She practises in the areas of Aboriginal law, constitutional law and environmental law. She works exclusively with Aboriginal clients to support their litigation, negotiation and governance needs.

Catherine works with Indigenous government to develop and draft community laws, and to plan and implement various community development and governance projects. She is particularly interested in working with communities to revitalize their traditional Indigenous laws and to incorporate them into modern legal structures.

She works in both French and English.