"Liola was interviewed in February of 1978 in Vancouver, British Columbia. Liola Salter [née Proctor] was a freelancer and political activist at the time she met Jim Brady in 1966 in La Ronge, Saskatchewan. She had a discussion with Brady about the future of Aboriginal politics in northern Saskatchewan as well as interviewed him for documentaries she was preparing on a similar subject. In the interview she talks about her impressions about Brady and his political views regarding the future of Aboriginal people in Canada. During this interview Liola also discusses a meeting with Abbie Halkett in La Ronge, differences between organizing Métis people in Alberta and Saskatchewan, La Ronge in the 1960s, the problems of Aboriginal people, Brady and Norris and their connections with the Communist party, and her local leadership in Green Lake in the sixties."
Salter, Liola. Interviewed by Murray Dobbin, “Salter, Liola Interview.” Transcript. Gabriel Dumont Institute, Virtual Museum Oral Histories Archive. February, 1978. https://www.metismuseum.ca/resource.php/01132