Éric Cardinal

Director, Aboriginal affairs and social acceptability

Éric Cardinal is a public relations buff, especially when it comes to the social acceptability of projects and community relations. An expert on indigenous issues, he is particularly passionate about issues concerning relations with First Nations and Inuit communities. Éric is also a gifted teacher, a highly sought after speaker and often called upon as an expert analyst in the media.
He is the author of the essay "De Kebec à Québec: cinq siècles d’échanges entre nous", published by Les Intouchables and for which in 2009 he was awarded a Medal of the National Assembly of Québec as that year’s laureate of the Speaker of the National Assembly’s Political Book Prize.
He holds an LL.M from Université de Montréal and a BA in Political Science from the same university.

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