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Patrick Stewart

Patrick Stewart is a Nisga'a architect with many firsts. Patrick has the distinction of being the first Aboriginal president of an Architectural Association in Canada. Patrick was the first Aboriginal architect to become the President of the Architectural Institute of BC. Patrick is also the first Aboriginal person in BC to own and operate an architectural firm.

Patrick obtained his Ph.D from University of British Columbia. In 2015, the title of his dissertation is "Indigenous Architecture through Indigenous Knowledge - dion sagalt'apkw nisim (Together we will build a Village)". He has also graduated from Simon Fraser University in 1978, (B.A.), graduated from Technical University of Nova Scotia in 1980 with B.E.D.S and in 1983 with a B.Arch. Patrick achieved his Masters of Architecture in 1989 at McGill University.

Patrick is an outstanding community member interested in giving a voice to housing and homelessness issues locally and nationally. Patrick was the chair of the Provincial Aboriginal Homelessness Committee for BC and chair of the Indigenous Task Force for the Royal Architectual Institute of Canada.

Patrick is an artist in mediums of paint, wood and ... Patrick also writes articles for Architecture BC, Canadian Architect, City Magazine, Context, and the Peak. Patrick is featured in the 2005 documentary, Aboriginal Living Architecture.

Patrick R. Stewart is the founding principal of Patrick R. Stewart Architect (PRSA), a full-service architectural firm, with a First Nations community development focus.

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