Philippe Tsaronsere Meilleur is a Mohawk that grew up in Kanehsatake a Mohawk community mostly known as the community at the heart of the Oka Crisis that brought indigenous issues to the forefront for all of Canada in the 90s. With a sensitivity to social justice, Philippe has worked for more than a decade for organizations such as Doctors Without Borders, and Amnesty International. He became executive director of Native Montreal that is now recognized as a leader in urban aboriginal issues and upholds its mission to contribute to holistic health, cultural strength and success of Indigenous families living in Montreal. In 2017 Native Montreal held the first Indigenous urban design exposition to set a political agenda to inspire culturally relevant urban design projects as well as an Indigenous design guide for the city.
Native Montréal (Montréal Autochtone)
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