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The Métis Nation Health Forum will be held at Fairmont Chateau Laurier Hotel in Ottawa from February 13-15, 2019. Continue reading

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Indigenous Languages bill to be introduced this week

February 1, 2019 Liberals table a notice to introduce the long-anticipated legislation, titled An Act Respecting Indigenous Languages. Continue reading

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United Nations Launches 2019 International Year of Indigenous Languages

January 28, 2019: Métis Nation President Chartier addresses official launch event at UNESCO headquarters in Paris while talks progress on Indigenous Languages legislation in Canada. Continue reading

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THE MÉTIS NATION FLAG

Flags do not make nations, but nations do make (adopt) flags. Continue reading

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Métis National Council launches Métis Nation Sixties Scoop Portal

The Métis Nation Sixties Scoop Portal is the central hub for information, recent news, and upcoming events in regards to the Sixties Scoop and the Métis Nation. We encourage Citizens & Survivors to use this webiste to share their stories and stay informed. Continue reading

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Prime Minister meets with National Indigenous Leaders and First Ministers

The Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau, today met with national Indigenous leaders and hosted a meeting of First Ministers with national Indigenous leaders. Continue reading

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Government of Canada, with First Nations, Inuit and Métis Nation leaders, announce co-developed legislation will be introduced on Indigenous child and family services in early 2019

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General Assembly acts on Métis Nationalist Agenda

Special Sitting of General Assembly and Recognition of Métis Nation Policy Forum in Winnipeg focus on rights and boundaries of Métis Nation. Continue reading

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Louis Riel Day Celebrated

November 16, 2018 Winnipeg, MB – President Chartier attended the Louis Riel Day commemoration ceremony at Louis Riel’s gravesite in St. Boniface. On November 16, 1885, Riel was executed for leading the Northwest Resistance in defence of Métis rights. Continue reading

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Métis Nation represented at Armistice 100 Mons Belguim

On November, 11, 1918, in Mons Belgium, the guns fell silent marking the end of World War I (1914 to 1918). World War 1, known as the “Great War”, was the bloodiest war in Canadian history where more than 60,000 … Continue reading

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