Ivér: Virtual Métis Youth Culture Camp

Apply online: metisnation.smapply.io The Métis Nation of Ontario is holding the Iver: Winter Métis Youth Culture Camp from January 22 to 24, 2021 across the province virtually via Zoom! The IVER: WINTER MÉTIS YOUTH CULTURE CAMP is an online camp approximately 2.5 days in duration that features a variety of workshops focused on land-based knowledge,

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Attn Region 7: LRC Local Population Survey

The Métis Nation of Ontario’s (MNO) Lands, Resources and Consultation Branch, in partnership with Bruce Power, invites Region 7 citizens to complete a local population survey! The survey information will be used for Bruce Power’s Environmental Risk Assessment which is part of the Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission Regulatory requirements. Participation in the survey is anonymous

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Indigenous Covid-19 Testing Centre opens in Toronto

This fall, a revolutionary new Indigenous-led COVID-19 Assessment and Testing Centre opened in Toronto, ON. The project features an entirely Indigenous space and philosophy, and was informed through consultation and insight from the urban Indigenous community. Auduzhe Mino Nesewinong (“Place of Healthy Breathing”), is the first community-led site of its kind. The facility delivers culturally

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Webinar #5: Protecting Yourself Online

December 7th | 7-8:30PM During times of crisis rates of cyber-crime and fraud can skyrocket. There are those who seek to take advantage of a climate of uncertainty through fraudulent activity. With so many individuals working from home or self-isolating, online activity has also increased. Hackers and cyber-scammers see this as an opportunity. Unfortunately, those

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Louis Riel Honoured Across Ontario

This year, the Métis Nation of Ontario (MNO) marked Louis Riel Day with virtual celebrations across the province. November 16 is a somber day for the Métis people, as it marks the 135th anniversary of Louis Riel’s execution. However, it is also a time for recognizing the many contributions Métis people have made throughout history,

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Louis Riel Day 2010

Commemorating Louis Riel in the Year of the Métis In many ways November 16th is the saddest day of the year for the Métis Nation. It is the day on which, in 1885, Louis Riel was hanged for treason. But by marking this day every year and remembering Riel and his fight, Métis people have,

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Riel Day & Powley Day 2013

Every year, Métis from across the Homeland, honour the anniversary of the unjust execution of Louis Riel by holding Louis Riel Day events. Although Louis Riel Day commemorates one of the great tragedies of Canadian history, it is also a day to celebrate Métis culture and the continuing progress the Métis people are making in

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Louis Riel Day 2019

Click the image for more information Sunset Country Métis Council will also be holding a Louis Riel Day flag raising ceremony on Saturday, November 16 at 11:30 AM at the Fort Frances Civic Centre (320 Portage Ave); followed by lunch and cultural activities at the Sunset Country Métis Community Centre (714 Armit Avenue) at 12:00

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