She opened up about being the franchise's first two-spirit contestant.
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The pair used the show as a platform to highlight issues important to them, and Indigenous communities everywhere.
They create space for Black and Indigenous communities through art.
"There's always been room for crossing genders," she says.
"Halifax is a weird city, it’s a diverse city but you don’t see Indigenous people."
They're tired of being called upon so often to speak on behalf of all Indigenous people.
Returning home to Whapmagoostui, Que. was the best option.
"We’re all “neechie [friend]."
“It’s to alleviate the oppression that we are dealing with."