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Chief Cadmus Delorme – Cowessess First Nation

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Chief Cadmus Delorme – Cowessess First Nation

Bachelor of Business Administration and Certificate in Hospitality, Tourism and Gaming Entertainment Management
Class of 2013
“First Nations University of Canada has provided me the tools and confidence to help the healing journey of many of Cowessess First Nation citizens as well maneuver a governance structure based on Nation Building governance. When at First Nations University of Canada, you become apart of a family that believes in Indigenous world ideology and this foundation is in high demand in Canada and beyond.”

Chief Cadmus Delorme, a Cree and Saulteaux, is a citizen and currently Chief of the Cowessess First Nation. Mr. Delorme is finalizing his Institute of Corporate Director designation, received a Master of Public Administration from the Johnson-Shoyama Graduate School of Public Policy and a Bachelor of Business Administration along with a Certificate in Hospitality, Tourism and Gaming Entertainment Management from the First Nations University of Canada (FNUniv).

While a student, Mr. Delorme served in several capacities within the student association, including vice-president and president, and also served as a student ambassador. In 2012, he was awarded the Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal for his student leadership and the hospitality he showed to Prince Charles and his wife Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, when they visited FNUniv in 2012. Mr. Delorme has also been named one of CBC Saskatchewan’s Future 40, which celebrates the province’s new generation of leaders, builders and change-makers under the age of 40. Chief Delorme worked as the Student Recruitment Officer for the First Nations University of Canada from 2013 to 2016 when he was elected as Chief.

He lives with his wife Kimberly, brother-in-law, daughter and son on Cowessess First Nation. Chief Delorme was re-elected as Chief of the Cowessess First Nation in April 2019. 

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