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Third Crown-Métis Nation Summit Another Milestone on the Path to Reconciliation

Prime Minister cites Ottawa’s relationship with Metis Nation as a model of what reconciliation can be. Continue reading

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Métis Nation – Crown Summit to Take Place on Thursday June 13, 2019

Time: 9:00 am to 12:00 pm Location: Room 415, Wellington Building at 180 Wellington Street Continue reading

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Paul DeLorme, hero of the Dieppe raid, August 19, 1942, honored by Métis Nation

First recipient of compensation from $30 million fund to commemorate Metis Nation Veterans of Second World War and address past wrongs. Continue reading

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Canada Signs Historic Post-Secondary Education Agreement with Métis Nation

On June 10, 2019, Ottawa, ON: The Minister of Indigenous Services, Seamus O’Regan, and the President of the Métis National Council, Clément Chartier, signed a historic agreement that signals the Government of Canada’s commitment to providing post-secondary education supports for … Continue reading

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We will remember them, today, tomorrow, forever

Métis Nation Marks 75th Anniversary of D-Day with Tribute to Métis Veterans at Juno Beach, Normandy France. Continue reading

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Métis Nation Flag flies proudly in Colombia

l-r: Hilton Gutiérrez (A&D), Colombia President Ivan Duque Marquez, Joseph Ng (Chairman of JNE Group), MNC President Clément Chartier, MMF President David Chartrand With the growing world of trade and agreements fostered between different governments around the world, Indigenous nations … Continue reading

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In Honour of Two Great Leaders

On May 18th President Chartier participated in a ceremony to commemorate the execution of Tupac Amaru and his wife, Micaela Bastidas. Tupac Amaru on November 4, 1780 called his people to arms in order to expel the Spaniards from their … Continue reading

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Reckless Behavior of Province Threatens Manitoba-Minnesota Transmission Project, says MMF President David Chartrand

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Métis Nation in strong support of Supreme Court of Canada’s dismissal of the Corneau leave to appeal application

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Expulsion of Former Ministers from Liberal caucus must not impede great progress on Canada-Métis Nation reconciliation, says Métis National Council President Clément Chartier

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