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Canada First Nations leader and Fair Deal panelist Jason Goodstriker dies

23:31  16 january  2020
23:31  16 january  2020 Source:   calgaryherald.com

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The Fair Deal Panel is consulting Albertans on how best to define and secure a fair deal for Alberta. They're exploring ideas that give us a bigger voice within the federation, increase our power over He has served on numerous boards and as President and CEO of Alberta Innovates. Jason Goodstriker .

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a man wearing a hat and glasses: Jason Goodstriker, former Alberta Regional Chief for the Assembly of First Nations and member of the Fair Deal panel.© Postmedia Archives Jason Goodstriker, former Alberta Regional Chief for the Assembly of First Nations and member of the Fair Deal panel.

Jason Goodstriker, a former Blood Tribe councillor and member of the Fair Deal panel, has died.

His death comes in the midst of the provincial government panel’s efforts to improve Alberta’s place in confederation, including town hall meetings, the next of which has been scheduled for Thursday at Airdrie’s Town and Country Centre at 6:30 p.m.

In a statement Thursday, Jason Kenney expressed shock and dismay at the passing of Goodstriker of the Kainai band of the Blackfoot people, who was also Alberta Regional Chief for the Assembly of First Nations.

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“He was a passionate Albertan … he told me that he was energized by the opportunity to listen to Albertans across the province, and to tackle important issues about Alberta’s role in Confederation,” stated Kenney.

“Jason had a huge heart. He brought joy everywhere he went. He was devoted to his community, and was a loving husband to Tiffany and father to their children.”

Kenney also noted Goodstriker was an oilpatch worker who believed in the sector’s ability to better the lives of First Nations people.

“He was proud to work in the oil and gas industry, and to fight for Indigenous people to benefit fully from the development of our natural resources,” said Kenney, adding he attended Saskatchewan’s Notre Dame College with Goodstriker.

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Last November, Goodstriker said the traveling panel would be hearing from Albertans who’ve waited a considerable time to have their say.

“People in our region have had an opinion for a long time so I don’t think it will take a great amount of time to say what’s being said.” he said.

There’s no immediate word on how Goodstriker’s death would affect the Fair Deal panel or its process.

Panel member Donna Kennedy-Glans said she doesn’t know who would step in for her late colleague, adding he’s irreplaceable.

“He’s really a remarkable individual, it’s a big loss,” she said.

“It’s rare to see someone who cared as much about Alberta as he did…he made sure the panel heard the unvarnished truth.”

Goodstriker, she said, was in the process of putting the group in closer touch with First Nations people, including those well beyond his own band.

Preston Manning et al. sitting in a box:  Jason Goodstriker, centre, participates in a public hearing with the Fair Deal panel.© Postmedia file Jason Goodstriker, centre, participates in a public hearing with the Fair Deal panel.

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