Métis flag flying at the Township of Wainfleet Town Hall
Members of Sunset Country Métis Council at flag raising ceremony in Fort Francis.
MNO Citizens with the City of Toronto’s Declaration of Louis Riel Day at Toronto City Hall. (l to r) Honourary Senator Audrey Vallee, Allan Vallee, President of GBMC, Jaime Vallee, Senator Reta Gordon, Donna Grenier, President of the Toronto-York Region Métis Council, Marilyn Hew and Senator Alis Kennedy.
Niagara Region Métis Council at Welland Flag Raising (L to R): Derrick Pont; Glen Lipinski; NRMC President Stephen Quesnelle, Mayor of Wainfleet Barbara Henderson, Senator Gary Laframboise, Councillor Paul Grenier, Port Colborne Mayor Vance Badawey.
Flag flying at the St. Catherine’s City Hall.
Métis flag flying at the Port Colborne City Hall.
Mural in the Aboriginal Education Centre, a school and educational centre, operated by the Toronto District School Board.
Marilyn Hew and Robert Bird with the Toronto and York Region Métis Council. Attending a special student symposium of Louis Riel held by the Toronto District School Board on Nov. 15, 2010.
A special cake created for the occasion of a Métis Day held at the Ottawa City Police Headquarters on Nov. 15, 2010.
Members of the Ottawa Métis Council at Ottawa City Hall flag raising.
Former MNO President Tony Belcourt at Ottawa City Hall flag raising.
Métis Day at the Ottawa City Police Headquarters: (Left to right) Jo MacQuarrie, Ottawa Métis Council member, Vern White, Chief of Police, Robert Pellerin, President of the Ottawa Métis Council, Jim MacEwan, Vice-chair of the Ottawa City Police Board and George Bedard.
Members of the Ottawa Métis Council at the Police Station Métis Day Ceremonies on October 15 (Metis Police Station).
News story from the Thunder Bay Chronicle.
Métis flag flying at the Niagara Falls City Hall.
Dryden Métis Community Council President Alvina Cimon.
Métis fiddlers entertain at the Dryden Louis Riel Day events.
A display table highlighting Métis Cultural artefacts at the Dryden Louis Riel Day events.