Advisors

Collaborative Advisors To Harmony

Carolyn King - MCFN Cultural Committee Project Lead


Carolyn King is an Elder and former elected Chief of the Mississaugas of the Credit First Nation. She is the President of the MCFN Cultural Heritage Society and Co-chair of the MCFN Cultural Committee. In 2007, Carolyn was the recipient of an Eagle Feather given by the Indigenous community. In 2012 she received the Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal in recognition of her decades of work supporting First Nation history and her commitment to the advancement of the First Peoples. In 2021, Carolyn was appointed to the Order of Canada in recognition of her decades of work supporting First Nation history and her commitment to the advancement of the First Peoples.
Cathie Jamieson

Cathie Jamieson - Artist and Traditional Dancer


Cathie Jamieson is an Anishinaabe artist, traditional dancer and Indigenous culture advocate, and a member of the MCFN. Cathie is a graduate of the University of Toronto and Sheridan College with a joint Degree in Art & Art History. Her awards include recognition for excellence in painting from Sheridan College and the Heritage Mississauga Youth Culture Award. Cathie continues to serve her community as an elected MCFN Band Councillor.

David A. Moses - Lead Videographer


David A. Moses is a Six Nations member of Lenape Delaware heritage and a graduate of the York University Theatre Program. He has worked for CKRZ 100.3FM radio on Six Nations, CBC radio in Toronto, the Aboriginal Peoples Television Network in Ottawa and is currently a radio host on 106.5 FM ELMNT in Toronto. David runs his own recording studio The D.A.M. Studio Inc., on Six Nations.

Philip Cote, MFA - Mural artist and advisor to Harmony


Philip Cote is a Young Elder, artist, activist, educator, historian and Traditional Wisdom Keeper, with Shawnee, Lakota, Potawatomi and Ojibway affiliation. A practicing Sundancer and Sweat Ceremony leader, Philip has shared his knowledge and his art with many institutions including York University, the Art Gallery of Ontario, University of Toronto, OCAD University and the TDSB.

Kaytee Dalton - Photographer


Kaytee is a member of the Mississaugas of the Credit First Nation and is currently based in Toronto. They are a graduate of Sheridan College and Mohawk College, respectively, and are currently pursuing a BFA at OCAD University. Their work is centered around documenting all walks of Indigeneity in Canada.

Quinton Sault - Dancer


Quinton Sault is an accomplished member of MCFN. He is the recipient of the Lieutenant Governor Award for Excellence honouring his hours of service to the community. Quinton performed at Toronto's 2015 Pan Am Gala, and his position as the MCFN head male youth dancer was featured in the Toronto Star. Quinton has collaborated with The Harmony Collaboration, dancing the role of Wolf in FIRST. He continues to inspire his community and young dancers.

Additional advisors to the Harmony Collaboration's development of FIRST:

Chief R. Stacey Laforme


Caitlin Laforme - MCFN Cultural Event Coordinator


James Shawana - Language Advisor