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Amanda McLellan


Amanda McLellan is a member of the Métis Nation of Alberta with ancestral ties to the Red River Métis and the Peguis First Nation.

Amanda’s career as a social worker centres on bringing the voices of Indigenous peoples into academia and provincial government programs and policies. Through her work, Amanda had the great honour of supporting the delivery of the Government of Alberta’s apology to ‘Sixties Scoop’ survivors in 2017.  Inspired by the strength of her grandmothers, Amanda continues the legacy of her ancestors by nurturing all children and families through advocacy, storytelling, research and education. Amanda acknowledges the traditional territories of the Esquimalt and Songhees Nations and lives in gratitude to all Coast Salish people who are the original keepers of the land she calls home in Victoria, B.C.



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