Carol Croxon: Nipissing First Nation's Gichi-Naaknigewin

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Nipissing First Nation Administration
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Nipissing First Nation community member Carol Croxon describes what the Nipissing Gichi-Naaknigewin (Constitution) means to her in this short video explaining the document to the Nipissing people.

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Native Nations
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Nipissing First Nation Administration. "Carol Croxon: NFN Gichi-Naaknigewin." Nipissing First Nation Administration. Ontario, Canada. December 4, 2013. Video. (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BikDe_zSTsE&list=UUe0LW-xK9Id8LdhRXrHe5KA&index=6, accessed March 17, 2023)

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