Imprint:McClelland & Stewart
Audience:General / adult
Dimensions:9.3in x 6.3 x 1.2 in | 1.22 lb
Page Count:352 pages
Illustrations:1 X 8PP 4-COLOUR PHOTO INSERT
NORTH AMERICAN AUDIENCE: Although Chief Louie’s life’s work has been in British Columbia, the lessons outlined in this book apply across North America.
EXPERIENCE-DRIVEN: Chief Louie’s experience as a business leader in his community is unparalleled.
FEARLESSLY OPINIONATED VOICE: Clarence is passionate and extremely engaging in person, and he will be an excellent promoter—he has poured himself into this book.
LIGHTNING ROD: Chief Louie’s approach is controversial and will be sure to generate conversation.
HIGH-PROFILE ENDORSEMENTS: including a foreword by the Rt. Hon. Paul Martin and David Chilton (The Wealthy Barber).
“Some people have said … there is no systemic racism in Canada. To those people I say, clearly you have not read the Indian Act. Chief Louie has spent a lifetime trying to rid Canada of such racism.”
—The Rt. Hon. Brian Mulroney
—The Hon. Jody Wilson-Raybould
“A remarkable book. I ordered fifty copies for friends and family.”
—David Chilton, author of The Wealthy Barber
“We all want to see reconciliation. Chief Louie wants it too; here’s his plan.”
—Peter Mansbridge, former chief correspondent, CBC News
“A raw and honest perspective on First Nations leadership.”
—Manley A. Begay, Jr., former co-director, The Harvard Project on American Indian Economic Development
“A testament to the type of no-nonsense leadership we all long to see more of nowadays.”
—Chris Chelios, NHL Hall of Fame defenseman and former Chicago Blackhawks captain
“What is required is blunt truth telling like Chief Louie’s book.”
—Cindy Blackstock, executive director, First Nations Child & Family Caring Society
“Chief Louie is a wise man. His book will be endearing and entertaining to all.”
—Jim Pattison, CEO, The Jim Pattison Group