A member of the T'it'q'et Community Village of the St'at'imc Tribal Nation, who specializes in working with Indigenous Nation communities and organizations, public and private sector companies, individuals, teams, and young adults (youth) in all aspects of life.

At the age of twelve, Peter began to study his Indigenous Heritage and since then worked diligently with these values in mind to meet all the challenges. Many of the actions that Peter has taken, actions that led to his accomplishments and even his failures are viewed as a learning experience.

As a young Indigenous person, he has dealt with many of the issues faced by the young people today. However, he has learned and has worked toward passing the knowledge he has gained by conducting workshops to both Indigenous and non-Indigenous youth. Through these workshops Peter has become well known within the many Indigenous communities as an individual who works to ensure that young people regardless of race and/or culture can achieve success, if given the opportunity. Peter also encourages young people to go out and seek opportunities not readily available in small communities.

Peter also played professional hockey in the East Coast Hockey League and Central Hockey League and is also an active member of the Vancouver Canucks Alumni. He also won a gold medal in Boxing in the North American Amateur Championships and played semi-pro Soccer, with expertise in professional athletic development on and off the playing field. This opportunity offered Peter many avenues in which he could grow and explore further what life's possibilities might offer to a young man of Indigenous heritage.

Peter is self-employed and currently owns and operates four registered businesses. The first is a Consulting Management, Business and Investment Agency, second a Energy Company in the Waste (Reclamation) to Energy process, third is a Motion Picture and Television production Company, and fourth is a Role Modeling and Life Skills facilitation Company. With his history of the sports sector, Peter can put that knowledge and experience to work for him.  Currently his Management, Business and Investment Agency is representing more than a dozen hockey players in the NHL, the minors, and Juniors leagues.

As a self-employed individual Peter firmly believes that he is meeting the requirements he needs to be successful, both in his personal life and in business. He has a master's degree in business (MBA), as well as studies in adolescent counseling, film and television. As for the field of Education, Peter is also a part-time professor teaching satellite business courses for Indigenous Communities in British Columbia and abroad on behalf of the Nicola Valley Institute of Technology and encourages the young people to further and complete their educational ambitions. Peter is also a very proud and loving husband of 32 years, and father of three. You can find out further information about Peter and his businesses at www.halawgroup.com  Thank you