Spirit name: Nil na abis Bio: Malcolm Saulis is a Malecite Indian from the Tobique First Nation. He is a recently retired social work educator and Indigenous Scholar and Elder in the Faculty of Social Work Wilfrid Laurier University in Waterloo.
He has been a professor for 30 years and a researcher in many areas of aboriginal interest. He is recognized as Circle Keeper and received teachings from many Elders. He has worked with churches and government around issues of healing and reconciliation, restorative justice, residential school survivors and in other social movements.
He has worked with communities in regards to child welfare, health transfer and health planning, suicide, conflict resolution, Indigenous governance models and many healing strategies based on Traditional Processes. He has been a Resident Elder with the Office of the Child Advocate at Queens Park in Ontario, a visiting Elder at the Kumik in Ottawa, and a counselling Elder at many First Nations and Aboriginal organizations.
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