Peter Di Gangi | The Canadian Encyclopedia

Peter Di Gangi

Based in Ottawa, Ontario, Peter Di Gangi has been working with Indigenous communities across Canada for over 40 years, focussing on historical, legal and cultural research. This has included work with the Royal Commission on Aboriginal Peoples, the Assembly of First Nations, and a variety of associations, tribal councils and First Nations in Atlantic Canada, Quebec, Ontario and British Columbia.

Di Gangi has worked extensively with Anishinaabe communities on the north shore of Lake Huron and Manitoulin Island, and with the Algonquin communities of the Ottawa Valley.

Article by Peter Di Gangi

Echoes of a Proud Nation Pow-Wow
Reserves in Quebec

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