Lorne Cardinal most definitely added to the entertainment value of the 2014 NAABA (Northern Alberta Aboriginal Business Association) AGM! His use of tasteful humour and sharp wit kept the attention of the audience throughout the event. The guests hung around after the event was over. . .which is a sure of sign of success. . .Thanks Lorne!

Pam Burns
NAABA Events Coordinator


Family Service Saskatoon was pleased to present Lorne Cardinal as our Keynote Speaker at our annual Fundraiser, Hearts for Hope.

Hearts for Hope is an elegant evening gala to celebrate love, life, family and community in support of Family Service Saskatoon. This year the Hearts for Hope gala also had a particularly important focus on raising funds and awareness for the Performing Arts for Youth Program.

Lorne Cardinal capitalized on the energy surrounding this program and was an inspiration to both the youth that were in attendance and the audience. Lorne spoke about his personal challenges as a youth growing up in rural Alberta was the perfect presenter for this event and audience.

He was a pleasure to work with and will remain a friend of Family Service Saskatoon for years to come. I would be pleased to recommend him as a keynote speaker to your event.

Stacey White
Chair of Hearts for Hope
Member of the Board of Directors for Family Service


I have had Lorne & Monique present to numerous Peace Wapiti School Division schools in the last few years. It has always been a very enjoyable experience for the students and staff of the PWSD schools. The presentations have been inspiring and motivating, filled with laughter as well.

I would highly recommend having Lorne & Monique present to your school, it will be well worth it. The comments from students have been; ”that was so cool…”, “I learned a lot from them…”, “ Now, I really want to work to make my dreams come true…” The comments from staff have been, “Wow…I don’t know what else to say.”, “I had no idea about his background and how he came to be where he’s at…”, “They were just simply awesome…”

Darrell R.Willier BA
FNMI Education Coordinator