Marie-Josée Tardif

Marie-Josée Tardif

4:40pm

Friday, June 21, 2024

In 2007, Elders of the Algonquin Nation invited former journalist and news anchor Marie-Josée Tardif to become a Sacred Pipe Carrier, an honour that would entail a lifelong commitment to the study of Anishinaabe Traditional Medicine and culture. In addition to sitting on several international committees, Grandmother Marie-Josée is the co-founder of the Dominique Rankin Foundation and Kina8at, two organizations dedicated to the preservation of Indigenous traditions.

In 2007, Elders of the Algonquin Nation invited former journalist and news anchor Marie-Josée Tardif to become a Sacred Pipe Carrier, an honour that would entail a lifelong commitment to the study of Anishinaabe Traditional Medicine and culture. In addition to sitting on several international committees, Grandmother Marie-Josée is the co-founder of the Dominique Rankin Foundation and Kina8at, two organizations dedicated to the preservation of Indigenous traditions.

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