Carol McBride brings history of advocacy and activism to new role as head of the Native Women’s Association

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The Native Women’s Association of Canada (NWAC) has elected a new president who brings a history of activism, politics and social advocacy to the role. Carol McBride is set to serve a three-year term after a July 16 vote at NWAC’s annual general assembly.

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The Native Women’s Association of Canada (NWAC) has elected a new president who brings a history of activism, politics and social advocacy to the role. Carol McBride is set to serve a three-year term after a July 16 vote at NWAC’s annual general assembly.

McBride will focus on building relationships directly with grassroots NWAC members, a vision that helped secure her election.

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Carol McBride says she will push for every level of government to enact the Calls for Justice from the National Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls. (Lindsey Gibeau Photo)
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