Budget 2021 delivers important investments for the Métis Nation of Ontario [OTTAWA, April 19, 2021] The 2021 Federal Budget was tabled in the House of Commons on April 19, 2021 and will deliver close to $18 billion of investments in Indigenous Peoples and communities. The Métis Nation of Ontario (MNO) is pleased to see
Below is a list of job opportunities for Métis to apply for: Senior Accountant – Greenstone Gold Mines Description: Reporting to the Chief Accountant, the Senior Accountant is responsible to lead all accounting and reporting functions for Greenstone Gold Mines, including accounting, accounts payables, payroll, cash management and financial reporting and will ensure compliance to
RCMP TRAINING & EMPLOYMENT INFORMATION SESSION The Royal Canadian Mounted Police offers a challenging and exciting career to those interested in making a difference in their communities. Join us for two FREE information sessions hosted by the MNO Education and Training Branch Labour Market staff and special guest Constable Lisa Poff, Pro-Active Recruiting, “O” Division,
Métis Thoughts on Vaccination: A Survey Help tell the story of how Métis feel about the COVID-19 by sharing your thoughts on the Ontario vaccine roll out! The Métis Nation of Ontario is conducting interviews up to one hour in length about Métis Citizens’ thoughts, feelings and opinions about the COVID-19 vaccines and the roll
The Métis Nation of Ontario would like to extend its deepest condolences to the family and friends of Elmer Ross. A long-serving and much-loved member of the MNO Veteran’s Council (MNOVC).
MNO Statement to Citizens Regarding Litigation In the coming days the Métis Nation of Ontario (MNO) will initiate court proceedings against the actions of Clément Chartier when he was the Métis National Council (MNC) President, as well as actions he has taken in the name of the MNC since the expiry of his term almost
Happy Easter Easter is a time for joy and reflection on our many blessings. As we welcome spring, we are reminded of the beauty and gifts of the natural world and are given hope. This has been a challenging year, however there is still so much for which to be grateful. Bright days are ahead.
Self-Government Update: All Citizen Town Hall March 25, 2021 On March 25, 2021 Métis Citizens from across Ontario joined leadership for a virtual All Citizens Town Hall. During the virtual assembly, Métis Nation of Ontario (MNO) President Froh provided an update on recent community events and milestones, a brief recap of March PCMNO meetings,
MNO All Citizen Town Hall Recap March 25, 2021 On Thursday, March 25 Métis Nation of Ontario (MNO) Citizens from across the province were invited to an All-Citizen Online Town Hall for an update from MNO leadership. This virtual assembly is the second All-Citizen Town Hall to be offered to MNO Citizens, and provided key
Celebrating Community Ties: MNO Women’s Leadership Gathering 2021 Early on Sunday, March 21, 2021, Métis women from across the Métis Nation of Ontario (MNO) logged on to participate in the virtual Métis Women’s Leadership Gathering: Celebrating Community Ties. (Update: The gathering was open to MNO Community Council Women’s Representatives and a chosen plus one