Allen Sutherland (White Spotted Horse)

 Allen Portrait

“Boozhoo, Aaniin, Tansi, Han Ho, Hello, Bonjour!

Waabishki  Mazinishin  Mishtadim nindizhinikaaz,
Bizhiw nindoodem, Iskawinaaning doon jii.”



Allen Sutherland / Waabiskhi Mazinishin Mishtadim (White Spotted Horse), Anishinaabek member of Skownan First Nation (Treaty 2 Territory) and of the Bizhiw doodem (Lynx Clan).

As a member of the Manitoba Aboriginal Community, Allen had the opportunity of working within Indigenous, Federal and Provincial Governments, including grassroots community work for over 25 years. Allen provides facilitation and training under his own company of WHITE SPOTTED HORSE, Inc, where he is a sought-after resources person on the history and cultures of Indigenous Nations of Canada. Allen is a Registered Professional Trainer (RPT), Professional Certified Heritage Interpreter and a Certified Practitioner of Time Line Therapy.

Allen has great success in the contemporaries, including, his recognition as the 2014 award recipient for Research/Curriculum Development Education Award (February 2014) by The Aboriginal Circle of Educators, however, his native roots run deep and always present, leaving him in the unique position of being a conduit between cultures.

Allen provides the Canadian Indigenous Cultural Historical Awareness with an Indigenous historical timeline posters that he has created that provides information to clarify thinking and dispel myths and stereotypes about Indigenous Peoples of Canada. He establishes linkages between historical events and present day issues. Various subjects that will cover Indigenous history and culture, demographics and today’s social and legal issues, sovereignty and treaties, and traditional teachings and storytelling. The ultimate goal of learning the Indigenous Cultural Historical perspective is to build a greater understanding and respect of the ‘Indigenous World View’. It’s about reconciliation and relationship building.

Allen is presently a member of the Speakers Bureau of the Treaty Relationships Commission of Manitoba and is currently employed part-time as the Treaty Project Officer of Parks Canada –  Lower Fort Garry National Historic Site. He currently resides in Winnipeg, Manitoba, of Treaty One Territory.



The Time Line Therapy® techniques are a unique and unmatched method for creating powerful change in therapy. Time Line Therapy® utilizes a person’s own internal “Time Line” to work with their unconscious minds in a variety of ways; including, healing emotional traumas and eradicating unwanted thoughts, emotions and behaviors. It’s about Individual Healing and Empowerment.


Research/Curriculum Development Education Award  (

The Aboriginal Circle of Educators

The A.C.E. Education Awards Banquet honours educators and leaders who promote and support Aboriginal perspectives in the classroom and community. The Aboriginal Circle of Educators believes in the potential and promise of the Aboriginal children and youth who represent our future as well as the vision and commitment of the Aboriginal elders and adults who support them, encouraging the exploration and cultivation of Aboriginal heritage, culture and identity.

2014 award recipient is Allen Sutherland / White Spotted Horse.


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