Chief Littlechild is a member of the Ermineskin Cree Nation in Hobbema, Alberta, and operates the law firm of J. Wilton Littlechild, situated in the Ermineskin Reserve. Chief Littlechild explained that: “a traditional Indigenous teaching of the five Olympic rings symbolises unity – blue is water, yellow is the sun, black is in the centre and is Mother Earth, green is the grasses and red is fire. Wilton Littlechild was born on April 1, 1944 on the Ermineskin reserve, Maskwacîs (formerly known as Hobbema). environmentalmonitoring.alberta.ca/.../chief-dr-wilton-willie-littlechild Ministerial Presentation – Bill C-15 Minister of Justice David Lametti First Nations Leadership Plenary Dialogue with Minister Lametti Panel #2: Perspectives on Bill C-15 Mary-Ellen Turpel-Lafond 2 nd panellist to be confirmed All elements are life givers, and have cultural ceremony. J. Wilton "Willie" Littlechild, CM, AOE, MSC, QC (born April 1, 1944) is a Cree lawyer and chief, former Grand Chief of the Confederacy of Treaty Six First Nations, former member of Parliament, and residential school survivor. He comes from a large family with seven sisters and four brothers. Chief Wilton Littlechild (Walking Wolf), Indingenous leader of the Cree Nation (Canada) speaking at the United Nations in Geneva. (Edmonton, AB) - Edmonton Oilers Community Foundation (EOCF) Board Member Chief Wilton Littlechild C.M., A.O.E., M.S.C, Q.C., was honoured with … June 1: Today, we celebrate Chief Wilton Littlechild Wilton ‘Willie’ Littlechild was born in 1944 and raised by his grandparents on the Ermineskin Cree reservation at Maskwacîs, Alta. Chief Wilton Littlechild 2 nd panellist to be Confirmed First Nations Leadership Plenary Dialogue. He is honoured to have been raised by his grandparents, Chief Dan Minde and Mary Jane Minde and his philosophy for life can be accredited to them. He is known for his work nationally and internationally on Indigenous rights. Chief Wilton Littlechild (’67 BPE, ’75 MA, ’76 LLB) is the first Treaty Indian in Alberta to earn a law degree from the University of Alberta, and the … In this file photo, Justice Murray Sinclair (centre) and Commissioners Chief Wilton Littlechild (left) and Marie Wilson pull back a blanket to unveil the Final Report of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada on the history of Canada’s residential school system, in Ottawa on Tuesday, Dec. 15, 2015. (May 28, 2019) – “Disrespecful,” stated Dr. Wilton Littlechild, Grand Chief of the Confederacy of Treaty 6 First Nations, when he read the announcement of the newly elected Provincial Government of Alberta that effective from this point, “the Indigenous land acknowledgement – once symbolic openings of most government events under the NDP – are now a matter of … He was born in Hobbema, now named Maskwacis, Alberta.