Mental Health and Addictions Critic
Heather Morigeau is a mixed-Metis, Queer woman living in Calgary on the traditional lands of the Blackfoot Confederacy, known today as Treaty 7. In her new role she will shadow the Ministry of Mental Health and Addictions.
Heather’s lifelong commitment to activism includes Indigenous rights and freedoms, LGBTQAI2S+ rights and awareness, women’s rights, environmental protection, addiction recovery, mental health awareness, medicinal cannabis, decriminalizing substances, destigmatizing sex workers, wildlife protection, food security, electoral reform and the incorporation of Indigenous wisdom into all systems of governance and leadership.
Heather is the Chair of Freedom’s Path Recovery Society, a charity which offers addiction treatment options free of cost. She is a permaculturalist, professional artist and designer, a social entrepreneur and the GPA Candidate of Record for Calgary-Buffalo.