“Roberta walks and works in many different worlds, but always as a Mohawk woman.” — Indspire Chair David Tuccaro
“It’s just so important to contain this thing. We have to make sure that we’re all doing our best and there are going to be sacrifices.” —Shirley Bourdouleix, senior nursing consultant
“People have been panicking off the start here, and they’ve been hoarding up cleaning supplies, baby formula, insulin, food, and there’s really no need to panic." —Alberta Indigenous Relations Rick Wilson
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Voices of Our People features stories and interviews from Indigenous people across Alberta. Listen Fridays at 8pm, Sunday's 10am and Wednesday nights at 6. Click here to listen to past stories.
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Brendt Thomas Diabo is a musician and actor who was born and raised on the Mohawk Reserve of Kahnawake just outside of Montreal, Quebec.
Influencing him early on, Brendt grew up listening to legends such as Steve Earle, Dwight Yoakam, Hank Williams and Johnny Cash, which he later drew from musically. Brendt has independently released two EPs and numerous singles, and has also been making his mark touring continuously throughout Quebec, Ontario and New York.
His career highlights include playing the main stage on the Aboriginal Pavilion at the 2015 Pan Am Games, being featured on the homepage of SoCalMusicToday.com, appearing on Derek Miller’s Television show ” The Guilt Free Zone” and opening for GRAMMY award winning band, The Kentucky Headhunters playing to a sold out crowd on the very Reserve he grew up on. His music is an infusion of old time country, rockabilly and blues.