The Year of the Métis

The Year of the Métis by Gary Lipinski On April 19th, 2010, I was able to participate in what was one of the proudest days I have had since my involvement with MNO first began back in 1994. In the past sixteen years of living history many of us have witnessed first hand a steady

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MNO Sees Good news For Métis in Ontario Budget

OTTAWA – March 25, 2010 — Gary Lipinski of the Métis Nation of Ontario (MNO) says the commitment by the Government of Ontario to invest in resource development, job creation and education is good news for Métis in Ontario. Word of that commitment was included in the 2010 Ontario Budget brought down Thursday afternoon in

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2010 Paralympic Games torch Run Begins in Ottawa

March 5, 2010 — It has been nearly a week since the 2010 Vancouver Olympic Games ended. Two weeks from now on March 12th, the Vancouver 2010 Winter Paralympic Games are set to get underway in Vancouver. Like the Games that just ended, the Paralympics officially open when the torch is lit. And like the

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Online survey – Child and Family Services

February 17, 2010 — We need your assistance to ensure the Métis voice is heard in regards to the following section of the Child and Family Services Act. The Ministry of Child and Youth has funded the Metis Nation of Ontario to do community consultations in respect to the Child and Family Services Act review

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MNO Announces New Employment and Training Opportunities

February 3, 2010 — Gary Lipinski, President of the Métis Nation of Ontario, is proud to announce the establishment of two new employment and training opportunities for Aboriginal people living in Ontario. The Aboriginal Apprenticeship Centre and Ready to Work are funded by Service Canada through the Aboriginal Skills and Training Strategic Investment Fund (ASTSIF).

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Métis Nation of Ontario Signs MOU with Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities

January 25, 2010 — Gary Lipinski, President Métis Nation of Ontario (MNO) and Honourable John Milloy, Ontario Minister of Training, Colleges and Universities (MTCU) today signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) aimed at formalizing the working relationship between the ministry and the Métis Nation of Ontario Education and Training Branch (MNOET) to improve postsecondary education,

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