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Martin F. Dunn
, 1938-


Dunn, of Metis-Canadian heritage, is a consultant and analyst for Aboriginal Rights and Native Policies. He grew-up in Toronto and received a degree in Jounalism from Ryerson Polytechnical Institute in 1960. He now resides in Vanier, Ontario.

Awards and Honors

1977 Canada Council Arts Award, Film Video and Photography.


Online resources by or about Martin F. Dunn:

Martin F. Dunn
Author: Congress of Aboriginal Peoples
Type: authorbio
Description: Page about Dunn from the Aboriginal Business Database, through the Aboriginal Digital Collections site.


Resume of Martin F. Dunn
Author: Martin F. Dunn
Type: authorbio
Description: An extensive resume for Martin F. Dunn.


Books by Martin F. Dunn:

Dunn, Martin F.. Access to survival : a perspective on Aboriginal self-government for the constituency of the Native Council of Canada
Kingston, Ont. : Institute of Intergovernmental Relations, 1986.
Genre: Nonfiction
ISBN: 0889114315

Dunn, Martin F.. Red on white: the biography of Duke Redbird
Toronto : New Press, 1971.
Genre: Biography
ISBN: 0887700098

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