comosed for all occasions. Most recently, at the invitation of the %ittle $hell Chiewa @ribe, he resided at the oening of their new cultural centre in :reat Falls, Montana on May =, 892>. Norman received the )iamond ubilee Bueen Eli&abeth medal at the =9
Anniversary of the M!tis National Council.
*e has been invited by the M!tis +omen<s Circle to articiate in celebrations in *amilton, -N where he taught traditional M!tis culture to -ntario youth who were involved in conducting horse theray as a means of learning how to imrove their lives. Recently, Norman was art of a celebration with the M!tis +omen<s Circle in an evening of story(telling in Michif and English.
/n August, 899 *eritage Canada invited Norman to travel to E?o to reresent the M!tis in aan where the )eartment of Canadian *eritage hosted the /nternational $ymosium on the +orld<s /ndigenous %anguages at Aichi, aan, with indigenous articiants from around the world.
Norman travelled to Euroe in 8994 as Michif language e?ert with his daughter, Chantelle, and M!tis university scholars where he conducted worshos and resentations in universities with 6eter 'aer from Auroos, )enmar. 6eter 'aer and Norman have wored closely together on the Michif language in recent years. 6eter 'aer, one of the best linguists in the world, has comleted his 6h) on the Michif language. Norman and 6eter 'aer were also featured on national radio in Canada on the Canadian 'roadcasting Cororation<s rogram DC<est %a Vie on une 3, 8999.
Norman Fleury has recently been invited to his birthlace community of $t. %a&are, M' to educate the French /mmersion $chool, Ecole $aint %a&are, with regard to M!tis "Michif# culture and language.