Nick Crighton is a proud Nêhiyaw/Scottish man and father from the Waterhen Lake First Nation in Treaty 6 Territory in Saskatchewan. Nick's fiancée Viviana, his 4 beautiful children and family are his biggest supporters and they are what drive and inspire him everyday. He has spent the last 15 years growing his family, going to school and is currently the Director of Indigenous Engagement for the Saskatchewan Chamber of Commerce in Regina, SK.
He is passionate about preserving Indigenous languages and culture and believes that education and sharing Indigenous languages and culture and believes that education and sharing Indigenous history in our schools, businesses, and homes is imperative to bridging the gap between Indigenous and non-Indigenous communities so we can all connect, prosper and heal together. Additionally, Nick understand the benefits and the importance of including Indigenous People in the economy, workforce and education sectors to ensure success for everyone in our province and nation. As an advocate for Indigenous People, he also believes that it is his essential to include Indigenous People in the development strategies, programming and implementation of policy that will assist in the continued growth and development in our communities.