Recognizing Métis Veteran Wallace McLeod

Métis Veteran Wallace McLeod was posthumously recognized for his contributions and sacrifices during World War II in a special ceremony on Thursday in Oakville, ON. McLeod, who served while serving in the Royal Canadian Navy during the Battle of the Atlantic, passed away in 2011 at the age of 88.  Métis Nation of Ontario (MNO)

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Information for citizens about MNO Special Assembly

Information for citizens attending MNO Special Assembly Saturday, June 17, 2023 (9:00 am – 4:30 pm EST) Delta Hotels by Marriott Toronto Airport & Conference Centre 655 Dixon Rd • Toronto, ON Planning is well underway for the 2023 MNO Special Assembly to be held in Toronto, Ontario on Saturday, June 17, 2023 (9:00am –

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MNO Native Bee Monitoring Project

Sovon lé zabèy (Save the bees) Climate change, pesticide use and habitat loss have contributed to insect and, specifically, bee population decline in Canada. MNO citizens can help support bee populations right in their own backyards! The MNO Native Bee Monitoring Project encourages Métis households to support local bees, specifically solitary bees that nest in

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MNC President attends audience with King Charles III

In a momentous meeting centered on Reconciliation and relationship-building, Indigenous leadership, including Métis National Council (MNC) President Cassidy Caron, journeyed to Buckingham Palace in the UK for an intimate audience with His Majesty King Charles III on May 4, 2023. The historic Crown-Indigenous meeting is being hailed by leaders as “the first of its kind”

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Community Report: COVID-19 Vaccine behaviour and MNO citizens

What We Heard About COVID-19 Vaccine Behaviour From Citizens of the Métis Nation of Ontario Community Report The COVID-19 pandemic has been challenging and stressful for Métis Nation of Ontario communities, bringing with it new changes, disruptions, and isolation. Until recently, little was known about the unique experiences of Metis people in Ontario and beyond

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