Proud to be Métis
Kishchee tey mo’yawn aen li Michif wi’yawn
Métis Nation British Columbia (MNBC) recognizes that to achieve educational success, Métis learners need to see themselves reflected in the education system.
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About our Ministry
One of the most effective ways to ensure that Métis learners, families and communities are reflected in educational institutions is by connecting Métis Chartered Communities with their school districts and post-secondary institutions. The strongest relationships are those built in the community. MNBC supports Métis Chartered Communities by focusing on strengthening provincial and federal relationships and developing educational resources that are Métis specific. The Métis Nation Relationship Accord II and the Canada-Métis Nation Accord identify education as priorities for improving the lives of Métis people.
Métis Nation British Columbia (MNBC) recognizes that to achieve educational success, Métis learners need to see themselves reflected in the education system. This begins in early learning, (kindergarten to grade three) and continues in secondary school and later in post-secondary education. Their Métis culture and heritage need to be recognized and respected.
Educational Links & Resources
Educational Downloadable Resources
Please use the following for teaching, and sharing in your communities.
- Métis Colouring Book
- Colour Me Métis Colouring Book
- Bringing Métis Children’s Literacy to Life Teacher Guide
- Education for Reconciliation Métis Professional Learning
- Métis Teaching Maps
- Political Evolution of the Métis Nation
- The Métis
- The Jig Is Up
- Métis History and Experience and Residential Schools in Canada
- Métis History in BC
- Louis Riel Day Information Sheet
- Pemmican Information Sheet
- The Métis Sash Information Sheet
- Métis Cookbook
- Journal of Early Childhood Educators of British Columbia
- Indigenous Peoples Atlas of Canada (Métis)
- Legacy of Hope Project – Forgotten: The Métis Residential School Experience
- Aboriginal Learning Links This web portal provides resources for Aboriginal learners wishing to pursue or continue college or university (post-secondary) studies in British Columbia.
Bursaries & Scholarships
Indspire is a national Indigenous-led registered charity that invests in the education of Indigenous people for long term benefit of individuals, their families, communities, and Canada.
External Educational Resources