Youth role critical to MNO community councils
Métis Nation of Ontario (MNO) citizens volunteer thousands of hours every year to support the work of chartered MNO community councils. MNO community councils do everything from hosting fish fries to engaging with proponents in Duty to Consult meetings. One of the key members of any MNO community council is the Youth Representative, each who provides a voice for Métis youth in their respective council. Read more.
Supporting and inspiring students to realize their full potential
Melanie-Rose Frappier is a Métis high school student from Sudbury who has plans to one day become an orthopedic surgeon. Like many youth her age, Melanie-Rose has worries about the transition from high school to university but after attending the Métis Nation of Ontario (MNO) Infinite Reach program’s March break camp, she realized for the first time that she wasn’t alone. Read more.
Young Métis are stepping up to fill leadership positions in the Métis Nation of Ontario (MNO) and among them are Jennifer Henry, Provisional Council of the MNO (PCMNO) Post-secondary Representative; Mitch Case, PCMNO Youth Representative; and MNO Youth Council (MNOYC) representatives Kristie Cauette, Janine Landry, Brianne Gosselin, Sylvie Forest, Phoebe Mandry, Kyle Grenier, Nicholas Delbarere-Sawchuk and Alexander Young. Read more.