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Director, Member, Finance and Audit Committee and MSOF Investment Committee


Justin Jimmy’s heritage is Cree from Onion Lake Cree Nation in Saskatchewan. Born in 1986 to his mother from Onion Lake, and father who is non-Indigenous, as a result he is a 6(2) Status Indian. Being a 6(2) Status Indian means that Justin cannot pass Indian Status to his children if one of the child's parents are non-status. Justin’s partner is non-Indigenous and as such, their children are not eligible for status, all while they truly have Indigenous blood and take part in the culture. A perfect example of the eventual removal of “Indians”

“Our objective is to continue until there is not a single Indian in Canada that has not been absorbed in the body politic and there is no Indian question” - Duncan Campbell Scott


Justin has a Bachelor of Management from the University of Lethbridge, is in the final stages of achieving his Chartered Professional Accountant “CPA” designation program. Justin also holds the Certified Aboriginal Finance Manager “CAFM” from AFOA Canada and holds the ICD.D designation program from the Institute of Corporate Directors.


Prior to the University of Lethbridge, Justin attended Lakeland College in Lloydminster, and First Nations Technical Institute “FNTI” in Tyendinaga Mohawk territory. Justin is an aviator who holds a fixed wing pilot license.


Justin’s fiscal management expertise spans controllership, capacity building and technical accounting with First Nation governments and businesses, and with industry. Justin has over 10 years finance and accounting experience and has held senior roles in accountancy and fiscal management and continues to walk in both worlds – the Indigenous and non-Indigenous spaces continuing to advocate for inclusion of Indigenous people in the global economy and ongoing strengthening relationships.


He is passionate about wealth generation for future generations and serves as a Trustee with Wicekaskosiw Sahkahikan Askiwi-Pimiy “WSAP” heritage trust fund for Onion Lake.


In addition to being a director with the MSDC, Justin also holds roles with:

  • Advisory Committee, E3 Lithium

  • Board Director, Aboriginal Finance Officers Association of Alberta

  • Board Director, Siksika Nation Group of Companies

  • Committee Member, Strategic Aviation Advisory Council - Government of Alberta

  • Committee Member, Premiers’ Committee on Multiculturalism - Government of Alberta

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