Representing Indigenous Peoples with pride

Whether it’s in the courtroom or on campus, Brandon Montour is committed to defending the rights of Indigenous people. As the Kahnawa’kehró:non is completing his second year of law school at McGill University, Montour has also been busy advocating for Onkwehón:we interests in his role as co-president of the Indigenous

Kanien’kehá:ka youth achieves lifelong dream

There’s a lot of homework involved in becoming a lawyer, but Joëlle Perron-Thibodeau, a Kanien’kehá:ka who grew up spending weekends and summers in Kanesatake, decided to assign herself a little extra ahead of her swearing-in ceremony. Every lawyer swears a standard declaration when they get called to the bar, but according to