Bill (William) Gabbani
Deputy Chief


Bill was born, raised, and educated in Northern Ontario, where he currently lives. He recently from the Ministry of Labour, where he worked as an Electrical/ Mechanical Safety inspector.

As Deputy Chief, in charge of Natural Resources Management, Bill's philosophy and vision of uniting all Metis peoples, and the belief that membership is not defined by a geographical region, are the cornerstone of his mandate to assert our people’s right to access natural resources, including hunting, fishing and gathering medicine.

His Aboriginal ancestors are Huron and he is proud of his blended-ancestry. Bill’s grandfather hunted, fished, trapped, harvested and gathered to feed his family. His traditional ways greatly influenced him. Bill was taught  to respect the land and the creatures that inhabit it. He has guided in Northern Quebec for Caribou and also has done some moose guiding in Northern Ontario. Bill has traveled to James Bay area on many occasions enjoying and partaking in traditional activities.

Bill and his team are currently developing a Natural Resources Management strategy. Please drop us an email if you are interested in joining Bill's dynamic team of people who care deeply about maintaining our traditional way of life, while protecting and managing Mother Earth's natural resources.... Contact us