In this section, you will find videos and photos of GEN7 Messengers during community visits, training retreats and other related events.

Roland Delorme is a 27 year old Métis man from St. Albert, Manitoba. He is a mixed martial artist and is part of the Ultimate Fighter Series airing now on Spike TV.

Justin Sackaney is a Cree man from Fort Albany First Nation.

Paula Ikuutaq Rumbolt is an Inuk from Baker Lake, Nunavut. She is currently attending Concordia University in Montreal. Growing up, formal education was strongly encouraged by her grandmother because she realized that this is the way to make it in the modern world.

Kiah Hachey was born into her family as “Aqattuaq”, her Inuktitut name given to her by her grandmother. She was raised in the small community of Baker Lake, Nunavut, where she grew up amongst her mother’s side of the family.

Wilfred Cameron Johnston is from Teslin, a rather low populated and remote community in Yukon Territory. Johnston is a member of the Daklaweidi (Eagle) Clan of the Inland Teslin Tlingit people. His indian name is Taklawexh (Eagle Talon). He loves to socialize, learn new things and explore different cultures.

Huni'xlot (Richelle Williams) is Coast Salish of Cowichan Tribes on Vancouver Island, British Columbia. She was born into a family of strong athletic women. Life skills learned early in sport, traditional teachings and the values and ceremonies of her People have given her vision and direction, pride in her roots, connection to the land and chasing her biggest life dreams with relentless pursuit.

Michael Mahkwa Auksi is an Ojibway-Estonian man who grew up in Toronto. His dad is from Lac Seul First Nation and his mother was born in Tallinn, Estonia (just south of Finland). He is delighted to be on board with the Gen 7 Messenger program and is excited to have the opportunity to promote sport and recreation among Aboriginal Youth.

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