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Tatanka Workshops

Victor LethbridgeVictor LethbridgeVictor Lethbridge is an accomplished motivational speaker, aboriginal storyteller, musician, and award winning author. He focuses his time and energy helping Canada’s aboriginal youth with hands-on interactive workshops.

Victor has been touring to First Nation, Metis, and provincial schools for nearly 20 years presenting his inspirational youth workshops. He incorporates music and film footage with storytelling to address critical issues.

In 2010 Victor released his first book, the award winning Little Chief and Mighty Gopher: The Pemmican Frenzy, followed by Little Chief and the Gifts of Morning Star. He now brings a third book, You’re Just Right, to his rapidly growing audience of readers.

He has teamed with multi-national corporations and aboriginal agencies in furthering literacy and aboriginal culture. His books include key words from the stories translated into Sioux, Blackfoot and Cree.

Victor is a member of Wood Mountain Lakota First Nation with roots tracing back to Chief Sitting Bull. He resides in southern Alberta with his wife and family.

He has been a youth presenter for many highly attended events including Alberta First Nations Communities in Crises Symposium: Collaborating Together Creating Action Plans to Address Crises in Alberta First Nations. This event involved Treaties 6, 7 & 8. 

 

“It’s important to me to connect with the students in order to inspire and motivate them. This fall’s 2017 theme of “Small Actions Make Big Differences” has a simple yet strong message. I believe that each of us has a purpose and each of us has a potential to fulfill what is uniquely ours. We can each make a big difference to those around us and it starts with the small things we do.”

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