The Last President – E-Book Edition




From his years in the child prison camp known as the Mohawk Institute Residential School, to the halls of power on Parliament Hill and across the world, this is the story of how Chief Del Riley, the last president of the National Indian Brotherhood, entrenched Aboriginal and Treaty Rights in the Canadian Constitution.

Chief Del Riley is a Hereditary Crane Clan Chief of the Chippewa Nation, the last President of the National Indian Brotherhood, a past President of the Union of Ontario Indians, and a past chairman of the World Council of Indigenous Peoples. Among Chief Riley’s many contributions, he helped to author and negotiate Sections 25 and 35 of the Canadian Constitution as the President of the National Indian Brotherhood. Section 35 is credited with winning over 270 Aboriginal and Treaty rights court cases.


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