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Surrey, BC (November 25, 2019) - MNBC President Clara Morin Dal Col Joins Deputy Minister Carole James for Louis Riel Flag Raising
On November 15, 2019, President Clara Morin Dal Col was in Victoria to raise the flag with Deputy Minister Carole James.
Surrey, BC (November 20, 2019) - MNBC President Joins Fort St. John Métis Community in Celebrating Louis Riel Day
On November 17th, President Clara Morin Dal Col joined Fort St. John Métis Society's President Jacqueline Alderking and the Fort St. John Métis community in honouring Louis Riel.
Surrey, BC (October 21, 2019) - New board elected to lead Chilliwack Métis Association; 2019’s “Outstanding Chartered Community”
Outstanding Métis Nation BC (MNBC) Chartered Community of the year Chilliwack Métis Association (CMA) held its Annual General Meeting and Elections ... read more >>>
Surrey, BC (October 20, 2019) - MNBC President attends Boundary Métis Community Association for their successful 2019 AGM
President Clara Morin Dal Col had the honour of attending the 2019 Annual General Meeting of the Boundary Metis Community where she brought greetings and provided important updates of the nation to the community leadership and its members.
“It was a wonderful honour to have Madame President, Region 3 Director, Daniel Pitman, and Captain of the Hunt, Marlene Beattie, attend our Boundary Métis Community Association AGM” says Boundary Metis Community Association President Jean Lloyd. “I was proud and grateful to recap our year describing our awesome Métis Family in action. It was fun to relay the message of our tiny community with such a big heart - we get things done in a good way.”
Surrey, BC (October 10, 2019) - President Clara Morin Dal Col Meeting with Canadian Institute of Health
In her capacity as National Health Minister, President Morin Dal Col attended a meeting in Ottawa with Dr. Mike Strong, President of the Canadian Institute of Health Research. The meeting was held at the MNC office in Ottawa on October 10th with MNC staff in attendance.
Dr. Strong has taken the helm during an exciting time for CIHR. Budget 2018 proposed the largest increase in new funding for fundamental research through the granting councils in Canada's history. In addition, the Budget set aside dedicated funding to support researchers working across disciplines. This is important work as we seek to improve health outcomes on behalf of the Metis Nation.