(Left-right) Stacey Redhead, MNO PDWMC
Councillor Luke Thompson, MNO PDWMC
Councillor Barbara Card, Women’s Representative
Taryn Blacktock, MNO PDWMC President Andy
Dufrane, Tony Belcourt, MNO PDWMC Chair
Christa Lemelin, MNO PDWMC Senator Terry
Bloom and Alyssa Sgro. Click here for larger
On February 28, 2017, the Métis Nation of Ontario (MNO) Peterborough and District Wapiti Métis Council (PDWMC) was invited to attend a Traditional Teaching Workshop offered at Trent University, with Métis Rights Activist and Former MNO President Tony Belcourt as a guest speaker. MNO PDWMC Council had the opportunity to listen and chat with Belcourt regarding matters related to reconciliation with the Métis Nation. Belcourt also provided details of the history of the Métis Nation across Canada, as well as the history of the MNO.
MNO PDWMC Council presented Belcourt with a gift to recognize his traditional teaching workshops at the university and his presence in the Métis Nation community.
Posted: March 13, 2017