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Since 2010, Kendal Netmaker has owned and operated Moose Meat Apparel, the only Canadian clothing company that creates, funds and manages Aboriginal youth sports teams across Saskatchewan. The company sells T-shirts, hoodies, sweatpants and accessories both online and at sporting events throughout Saskatchewan.

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The 23-year-old full-time University of Saskatchewan student was recently recognized by Advancing Canadian Entrepreneurship (ACE) as the 2011 Student Entrepreneur Saskatchewan Champion.

“It is truly an honour to receive an award such as this”, said Mr. Netmaker “This is a great milestone for Moose Meat Apparel, and am looking forward to continuing to work hard to ensure its success and to act as an ACE ambassador for aboriginal youth.”

Mr. Netmaker was here to take your questions. Click on the box below for read a transcript. Mobile readers should follow this link. You can listen to a podcast featuring Mr. Netmaker here.



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