Beverly D. Blanchard
Beverly Diana Blanchard is a First Nation Ojibway from Northern Ontario. She holds a degree in Economics from Laurentian University. A former Public Servant, she has been a consultant to First Nation and Inuit organizations in a variety of areas including homelessness, suicide and violence prevention, childcare, health, women’s issues, business planning and economic development. Published works include:
A profile of aboriginal women-owned businesses
in Canada (1995).
Evaluation of the First Nations and Inuit youth employment strategy (2002)
Beverly is a writer and personal development coach based in Sault Ste. Marie and Ottawa, Canada.
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Into the Waves: poems and other writings
by Beverly D. Blanchard
Price: $2.99 USD. 22370 words.
Published by Petra Books on March 9, 2012. Nonfiction.
Poetry and prose with colour illustrations dealing with empowerment, spirituality and well-being, emergent from her critique of society's influence on individual choice. Includes a fable and a section on universal laws. Aboriginal, First Nations, Native American writing by Beverly D. Blanchard.
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