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He’s currently facing sexual assault charges and has more than 30 convictions dating to 2002.
WINNIPEG - Canadian actor Adam Beach finds himself walking a fine line after agreeing to be an ambassador for the federal government's Canada 150 celebrations.
They were arrested July 7 — the one-year anniversary of the fire that killed John Mc Kinnon Bendon, 61, and Brenda Campbell, 51, on the 100 block of Austin Street North.
Barstad, a drug and alcohol abuser, landed a 27-month sentence in 2011 for possession of crack cocaine for the purpose of trafficking.
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He also has prior convictions for armed robbery, assault, theft, uttering threats and failure to comply with court orders.
Beardy’s record includes drug-trafficking offences, violent assaults and weapons offences.
"It didn't do anything to me, because I could never get my son back.
He sees his role as helping to balance the story of the country's history to make sure that the dispossession of indigenous persons, the impacts of residential schools and more are not forgotten."The struggle to change the one-sided story will always be an unfortunate, honest struggle, because when it comes to native people of Canada, there is a history that is horrible — it's like a horror story — that needs to be told to our future generations."Beach's efforts to augment the voice of indigenous people are best illustrated by his film school in Winnipeg — the Adam Beach Film Institute — which is aimed at training indigenous students in all aspects of filmmaking, both in front of and behind the camera.
Eventually, he'd like to see indigenous artists be able to work outside the Hollywood or Canadian government systems, and put forward their own perspective in everything from documentaries to comedies."It's going to take years for us to do that, but when we join forces like this — and in the future have our own independent film fund to support our young filmmakers — we will have a voice that the world will recognize."Beach said he's been fortunate to have a career that has been successful to the point where he can be picky about what roles he takes.
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