Audrey Poitras

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Audrey M. Poitras
Born 1950
Nationality Canadian
Occupation Politician

Audrey Mae Poitras (born 1950)[1] has served as president of the Métis Nation of Alberta since 1996, the first female in that position. She also serves as vice-president on the Canadian Métis National Council and joined the Board of the Canadian Executive Service Organization in 2004.[2]

Born Audrey Mae Dumont, the daughter of Jean Baptiste Dumont and Mabel Kinchshe, she shares common ancestry with Gabriel Dumont, and has family ties to the Fishing Lake Métis Settlement. She grew up on a farm near Elk Point, Alberta, 150 kilometres northeast of Edmonton.[1]

Currently she lives in Edmonton, Alberta.

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  1. ^ a b Métis Nation leader credits her success to believing in people
  2. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2006-05-08. Retrieved 2006-05-23. 

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