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Rikki Schock - Aboriginal Order of Canada

RikkiSchock3.jpgFor years Rikki Schock has been a fixture on the aboriginal scene on PEI. A mother - grandmother - she is the Vice President of the Native Council of PEI. Recently she was awarded the Aboriginal Order of Canada. It's given to both aboriginal and non-aboriginals who work to advance the social political and economic goals of aboriginal Canadians. Rikki Schock shared some of her story.

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