OFFICIAL NOTICE TO MNGA MEMBERS
December 9, 2013
All members of the MNBC Métis Nation Governing Assembly
The Métis Nation British Columbia hereby serves official notice to all MNGA members that the Métis Nation Governing Assembly will convene on MARCH 8TH AND 9TH, 2014 at the ...
We send out our sincere thoughts and prayers to Dr. Deborah Canada and to her family today for a full and speedy recovery.
MNBC Board of Directors and Staff...
Abbotsford, BC - [December 10, 2013] MNBC President Bruce Dumont and Members of the Board of Directors attended the 2013 BC Aboriginal Business Awards on Thursday December 6th in Vancouver to support and recognize the 2013. BC Aboriginal Achievement Award Recipients and pay special honor to two Métis Award Re...
By-Election for Region 1 Director
December 10, 2013
Listed in order of number of votes cast.
Abbotsford, BC (December 9, 2013) On Saturday December 7, 2013 in Richmond, BC, at a meeting of the Métis Nation British Columbia (MNBC) Board of Directors the Senate was on hand to officially swear in Mr. Glen Ohs, Lower Mainland Regional Director and Ms. Brenda Nome, North Central Regional Director as the newe...
As Canada marks the 24th anniversary of the movement to eliminate violence against women and young girls, all Canadians are urged to take action to eliminate violence against women and young girls. A sad reality is that, violence against wo...
Métis Nation British Columbia Remembers Nelson Mandela, an all inspiring civl rights activist and global advocate for freedom, peace and equality for all. http://www.vancou...
From our home to yours!
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The Métis Nation British Columbia would like to wish everyone a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!
May your "2014" bring you incredible joy and prosperity.
From our families to you and yours,
President / Oki'maw Bruce Dumont...
MNBC Board of Directors
Metis Nation British Columbia is looking for 15 Métis women in the Vancouver/Richmond area that want to take part in something new and inspiring and just for Metis Women!
Building Cultural Connections is an 8 session program focused on Women’s Wellness, Metis Culture and Identity. The program’s...
On behalf of MYBC:
The Ministry of Youth is actively seeking MNBC cardholding youth, between the ages of 15 and 30, to serve in the role of Interim Regional Youth Representative for the North Central B.C., Northwest B.C., and Northeast B.C. regions.
What do the Regional Youth Representatives do?Re...
The Unified Aboriginal Youth Collective (UAYC) is hosting our 7th Annual Youth Forum on February 7-10th, 2014.
Honouring our Past, Embracing our Future
Location: Tin Wis Best Western - Tofino, BC
We welcome you to join us to empower youth at this year’s forum, Honouring our Past, Embracing o...
Deadline Extended to February 29, 2014 @ 11:59PM
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ABORIGINAL MANAGEMENT CERTIFICATE PROGRAM 2014
REGISTER NOW! Space is Limited!
DEADLINE TO REGISTER: December 16th, 2013
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Official Notice of the 2014 Métis Nation Governing Assembly and Resolutions
Prayers for Dr. Canada
Congratulations 2013 BC Aboriginal Business Achievement Award Recipients
Métis Nation British Columbia officially welcomes Glen Ohs and Brenda Nome to the team!
National Day of Remembrance and Action to End Violence against Women - December 6th
Métis Nation British Columbia Remembers Nelson Mandela
Christmas Greetings from ASETS
Christmas Greetings from MNBC
Just for Métis Women - Building Cultural Connections!
Calling Métis Youth!!
Call for Facilitators
Métis Youth Identity Contest - Deadline Extended!
Aboriginal Management Certificate Program
Welcome to Métis Nation British Columbia [MNBC]
Métis Nation British Columbia will build a proud, self-governing, sustainable Nation in recognition of Inherent Rights for our Métis citizens.
Métis Nation British Columbia develops and enhances opportunities for our Métis chartered communities by implementing culturally relevant social and economic programs and services.
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Christina Lake in south central British Columbia is named after Christina McDonald, Métis daughter of Chief Factor Angus McDonald, (Hudson's Bay Company) and Catherine Baptiste (Métis). Christina became the first female store keeper in BC history and operated a store in Kamloops starting in 1873.
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