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Delee Nikal

Indigenous Consultant

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P.O. Box 4087

Smithers, BC V0J 2N0

A Bit About Me

My life as an Indigenous person has shaped my perspectives & views through the experiences I have had, because of my Indigeneity. Growing up within our traditional Wet'suwet'en system,  has shaped my morals, values & decision making process. 

I recognize & honour that each of us has different experiences, as Indigenous peoples. The teachings which have been passed on to me, are those of our Ancestors, and are to be shared with our Wet'suwet'en values in mind. 

Wiggus (honour & respect) will be a primary focus with any and all work I am able to do, and I am so grateful for the opportunities I have to pass on our teachings.

Work Experience

September 2007 - April 2020

October 2007 - July 2020

October 2007 - Present

Team lead with international transportation company. Duties included organization of multiple projects, team structures and resource acquisition. Fulfilling the position included trailblazing as the sole woman in this position and work towards structural changes to allow for safer work spaces.  

Fulfillment of multiple roles within Labour Organizations (Local, District, National & International). Local Union Representative, Health & Safety Rep (BC, AB, Sk), Chair of the National Women's committee, Trustee for National Local, Indigenous Workers Rep, Workshop Facilitator, International Leadership Development Program Graduate

Consultant, Public Speaker, and Workshop Facilitator for Indigenous Issues - with focus on Missing & Murdered Indigenous Women, Girls, 2 Spirit & Relatives. Indigenous Sovereignty advocate, inclusive of working within both Traditional (Hereditary) system & colonial political system. Opportunities have included speaking at several International events, and working with International Organizations on the impacts of colonialism, capitalism & climate crisis on Indigenous peoples (focus on MMIWG2S)

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