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Tealey Ka’senni:saks


Tealey Ka’senni: saks is Kanien’kehá:ka from Kahnawake, a Bear clan member from Kahnawake and a sixty scoop adoptee, earned a B.A. in Human Relations/Sociology from Concordia University in 2008, followed by a Certificate in Personal & Professional Coaching. With over 17 years of experience, she now serves as a Knowledge Keeper, Cultural Support, and Activity Coordinator at the First Peoples Justice Center of Tiohtià:ke/Montréal. She also chairs the Montreal Indigenous NETWORK, co-founded the Indigenous Street Worker Project, and is affiliated with health facilities, school boards, and universities, sharing her expertise through workshops and the Blanket Exercise. Tealey provides mental health support to the Urban Indigenous community, sixty scoop adoptees, and 2SLGBTQ youth. Passionate about storytelling, she educates on beekeeping and its importance, while also beading, sewing, and crafting. Deeply connected to her culture, she attends traditional ceremonies and promotes community awareness to foster harmony and strong relationships.

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