Bobby Cameron will continue on as chief of the Federation of Sovereign Indigenous Nations.
Cameron won an election in Saskatoon on Thursday getting 727 votes to 216 for the only other person looking to have the position–Delbert Wapass.
There have been some internal squabbles amongst the organization in recent weeks, but Cameron says the battle is not within the organization, but both the provincial and federal governments.
The 44-year-old says his priorities will be to continue being an advocate for inherent and treaty rights, housing, child welfare and education.
This will be his 2nd term as leader of the FSIN.