University of Guelph

Sarah DyckSarah Dyck

Hello, my name is Sarah Dyck and I am a fourth year Biomedical Science student at the University of Guelph. This is my first year as an MNO Infinite Reach Facilitator and I look forward to learning more about my Metis heritage as well as encouraging students to achieve their academic and community goals. To tell you a bit about myself I am a huge animal person and I hope to pursue a career in veterinary medicine. If you need to get in touch with me or have any questions about the Infinite Reach program or would just like to chat you can reach me by email at I look forward to hearing from you.



Karly C2Karly Chapman

My name is Karly Chapman and I am a third year Biological Science student at the University of Guelph. These past two summers I was given the opportunity to work with the MNO as an MNO Summer Youth Cultural Program Interpreter. It was an amazing opportunity as I was able to learn more about my culture. We were taught many historic crafts: some of my favourites are beading and finger weaving. This year, I look forward to teaching more students about Métis culture. I can be contacted at


Alexis ChapmanAlexis Chapman

Hi, my name is Alexis Chapman. I am enrolled in my second year at Guelph University majoring in Animal Biology. I am excited to be able to share my knowledge of Métis culture and history with the students and community in Guelph. I look forward to meeting and helping a wide range of Métis students. Please contact me at: