TORONTO, ONTARIO--(Marketwired - Nov. 4, 2015) -

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On Saturday October 31, 2015 Larry Sault was nominated as a candidate for the position of Chief of the Mississaugas of New Credit First Nation.

"I am proud to offer my years of experience and servitude to the membership of the Mississaugas of New Credit," said Larry Sault. "I am confident that, together, we will continue to protect and preserve the rights we have enjoyed while keeping our sights set for the next seven generations. As the original inhabitants of the city of Toronto, it makes sense that our First Nation government take the necessary steps to connect Bay Street and Commerce to our community while bringing our spiritual connection to the land, water and air to Bay Street!"

Mr. Sault is the former Chief of the Mississaugas of New Credit and Grand Chief in Ontario. He spent more than a decade in the Silicon Valley in the Financial Services Industry.

Combined with the announcement of Mr. Sault's candidacy is the launch of an Innovation Incubator that will rise from his company Sault Minds ( The purpose of the Incubator is to create funding and go-to-market strategies for Innovations rising from and/or for First Nations Peoples.

About Larry Sault

Larry brings over 25 years of dynamic leadership of working with First Nations in Canada, Native American Tribes in the United States, Arctic Inuit, Maori of New Zealand and Aborigine of Australia. He has held key positions in political leadership, private sector corporations and non-profit organizations.

About Sault Minds

Sault Minds is a business focused on monetizing the development of First Nations lands, creating commercial innovations unique to First Nations communities, and managing First Nations wealth to the betterment of today, tomorrow and generations to come. The company's business model is to fund and commercialize opportunities unique to Indigenous Peoples and provide the support and infrastructure to go-to-market successfully.

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