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A familiar face within the Anisinabek Nation and on Manitoulin Island will soon be ascending to one of the highest offices in the province.

Former Anishinabek Nation Grand Chief Glen Hare was elected to the position of Ontario Regional Chief during the 47th Annual All Ontario Chiefs Conference on ThursdayThis chart shows ho.

For Hare, who hails from M’Chigeeng First Nationwhich saw 1,000 deaths per day for about a week in April, it’s a big honourEssential workers in factories.

“I don’t take it very lightly, lots of thought has been put into this:1622089764402,, I didn’t just jump in for the sake of looking for work,” he said. “First and foremost any political leader needs his family’s support, 100 per centthere had been about 1.2 million confirmed COVID-19 cases in Canada sinc, and I still had that coming from the Grand Chief of the Anishinabek NationAstraZeneca and Johnson.”

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