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Henry John Bear

Maliseet Tribal Representative

Maine House of Representatives

HQ Phone:  (800) 423-2900

Email: h***@***.com

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Maine House of Representatives

66 Park Street

Bar Harbor, Maine,04609

United States

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Background Information

Employment History

Lawyer

Mother Earth Lodge


Affiliations

Houlton Band

Representative


West Virginia Bar Association

Member


Education

University of Maine at Presque Isle


law degree

University of New Brunswick


Web References(22 Total References)


Endorsements - The Committee for Ranked Choice Voting

www.rcvmaine.com [cached]

Representative Henry John Bear (Houlton)
Member of Maine House of Representatives, Houlton Band of Maliseets


www.rcvmaine.com

Representative Henry Bear, Houlton, Nonvoting Representative, Maliseet Nation


NeGoot-Gook Fisheries - About Us - Management

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Hank Bear is a member of the Maliseet Nation at Tobique and a former Tobique Band Councilor.Mr. Bear served 15 years in U.S. Coast Guard, has spent nearly six years on the high seas.He completed 27 courses in the Coast Guard, including telecommunications, navigation, rapid radar plotting, sonar, rules of the nautical road, first aid, fire fighting, shipboard damage control and maintaining water tight integrity.As a Ham radio operator, Mr. Bear obtained his license to operate both amateur radio and television stations.He qualified as a 40 foot motor vessel operator and subsequently, as Officer of the Deck aboard large ships.He is an expert in small arms, pistol, rifle and machine guns and was certified, following completion of a judgmental shooting course, as a U.S. federal boarding officer aboard large Coast Guard ships enforcing all U.S. laws and fishing treaties in U.S. waters.Mr. Bear is an expert in and received commendations for his performance in coordinating marine communications and several search and rescue operations at sea, and in U.S. waters adjacent to Grand Manan.As a result, Mr. Bear has extensive knowledge of our commercial fishing environment where our fleet presently operates, and has already coordinated one medical evacuation to date involving a Maliseet crewman aboard the Fishing Vessel Captain Kel. Following his 15 year stint in the U.S. Armed Forces, Hank returned to the Tobique Indian Reserve and, during the past 16 years has completed his Arts degree in business management and communications from the University of Maine and his Law degree from the University of New Brunswick.Although his new assignment as General Manager of NeGoot-Gook Fisheries Inc. in Grand Manan is his primary occupation, he continues to practice law to assist tribal members, fishing operations permitting.In addition to being co-counsel at trial in the recent Joshua Bernard aboriginal land title case, Mr. Bear successfully represented the Maliseet Nation in the Supreme Court of Canada in 1999 in the historic Donald Marshall Jr. eel fishing case which resulted in Canada's recognition of our treaty-based, commercial fishing rights.Mr. Bear was the only aboriginal lawyer appearing in these cases.The break-through these cases represent has provided the basis for ongoing negotiation and implementation of our significant, multi-million dollar commercial fishing operations in Grand Manan.As the General Manager, Mr. Bear's primary responsible is to ensure his Maliseet community safely and efficiently achieves maximum benefits from its commercial fishing operations.


MITSC

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Henry John Bear is the Maliseet Tribal Representative to the Maine Legislature.
Contact information for them can be found at the State of Maine website, www.maine.gov. Select the website category Legislature, then House of Representatives, and then click on members.


bangordailynews.com

- Henry John Bear, the representative for the Houlton Band of Maliseets, has filed to run as a Democrat in House District 144, which includes part of Aroostook County.
He faces longtime Republican Rep.


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