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Darcy Gray

National Community Research Director/Peace & Friendship Treaties Co-Leader

Website:Listuguj Mig'maq Government

Darcy Gray recently joined the Rebuilding First Nations Governance team as National Community Research Director. Darcy plays a leadership role to help ensure our partner community research requirements are matched with expertise and resources and help regional researchers and First Nation community members draw out and share the stories, learning and teachings about their experiences in a way that can be shared with other First Nations who are just starting the transition to self-government.

Darcy is a graduate of the Bachelor of Arts Community Studies at Cape Breton University, Master of Arts Counselling Psychology from Yorkville University, and a graduate of Indigenous Policy and Administration from Carleton University.

Darcy also served as Chief of Listuguj for 3 consecutive terms from 2016 to 2022. During his time in office he worked to further the community on its path to self-determination, and was active on several local, regional, and national committees. He has also been a part of the Rebuilding First Nation Governance project since the beginning, serving as a Co-lead for the Peace and Friendship Treaty region.