Wapikoni Mobile Health Careers
Ericzone produced a series of ten videos showcasing aboriginal health professionals met by Stanley Vollant during his Innu Meshkenu walk.
In 2012, Ericzone produced a video series titled Health Careers (Carrières en santé), featuring Stanley Vollant of the First Nations, with the participation of Health Canada, Innu Meshkenu and Wapikoni Mobile.
View the series of ten videos showcasing aboriginal health professionals met by Stanley Vollant during his Innu Meshkenu walk.
I follow my ancestors’ footsteps. I go toward the forest where I have always been happy.
Dr. Stanley Vollant, from the Innu community of Pessamit, grew up along the course of the St-Lawrence River, in the Côte-Nord region. At a very young age, he enjoys the traditional teachings of his grandfather who shows him the importance of community values. Dr. Vollant then pursues his secondary and post-secondary education in the Quebec region before obtaining an MD diploma from Université de Montréal in 1989, a training that will be completed in 1994 with a specialization in general surgery. He then becomes the first Aboriginal surgeon of Quebec.
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