The hard road to becoming Elsipogtog First Nation's first female chief

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In 2004, Susan Levi-Peters became the first female chief of Elsipogtog First Nation, a role traditionally filled by men in the community. On International Women's Day, she tells her story as part of a series on New Brunswick women who shattered stereotypes to pursue their dreams.

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