Ron Evans is the President of R.G. EVANS Indigenous Solutions, a private sector consulting company with corporate offices in both Norway House Cree Nation and the Long Plains First Nation Urban Reserve on Madison Avenue in Winnipeg. The company is active in leadership in Indigenous economic issues particularly in the formation of partnerships between government and private sector interests, including the establishment and formation of Action Plans, Truth and Reconciliation, through a joint initiative with the newly acquired TIPI Group, the Legacy Bowes Group.
Mr. Evans was instrumental in preparing the current protocol for decisions by Indigenous communities in determining mining initiatives in Indigenous communities. Mr. Evans is well-known through a lifelong history of Indigenous leadership, both in Manitoba and across Canada, having been active as a Councillor and the elected Chief of Norway House Cree Nation, as the Grand Chief of the Assembly of Manitoba Chiefs, and as a key participant in national issues through his work with the federal government. His record of leadership and accomplishment is recognized both provincially and nationally. Mr. Evans is well respected across the Indigenous leadership spectrum as indicated by his continuing involvement in consultative bodies such as his role of board member of Manitoba Hydro and The Winnipeg Airports Authority Community Consultative Committee. Mr. Evans is also recognized as a religious and spiritual leader having been awarded an honorary Doctor of Divinity degree.