BC Métis Federation Supporting Métis Communities

(Vancouver, BC) The BC Métis Federation announced sustainability efforts in December. This was followed by a commitment to support Métis organizations who had signed a Statement of Cooperation with the BC Métis Federation. BC Métis Federation followed through with their commitments and delivered donations to support the Statement of Cooperation Métis communities this week.

BC Métis Federation President Henry stated; “Delivering donations to Métis communities who serve their members is the most effective way to support our Nation. There are many Métis families out there who need assistance and support. We hope these donations to assist our partner communities will make this holiday season one to remember.”

BC Métis Federation President Henry added; “Our board and team feels great to be able to support our communities and families. The needs of communities and our families must always come first no matter what.”

Media Inquiries:

Keith Henry

BC Métis Federation

#300-3665 Kingsway, Vancouver, BC  V5R 5W2

Office: 1-604-638-7220

Cell: 1-778-388-5013

Email: k.henry@bcmetis.com

Twitter: @keithhenryMetis


Click here to download this press release in PDF format. Click here to download the BCMF Christmas Donation Letter to Supporting Communities.


2 Responses to BC Métis Federation Supporting Métis Communities

  1. Dale December 17, 2011 at 10:26 am #

    I would like to wish the BC Metis Federation and its members a Merry Christmas and a happy New Year for all it hard work and to keep us Metis informed please keep the good work up from the Haggerty Family

  2. Richard Lucier-larson December 17, 2011 at 8:10 pm #

    The British Columbia Métis Federation had its Christmas Party at the Cloud 9 Revolving Restaurant in Vancouver, December 16th.
    45 people attended, many of the Directors of the B.C.M.F.
    the Executive, family’s and notable guests.
    The evening went very well, good food, good conversation and of course, a fabulous view.
    As usual all members paid their travel expenses and accommodation, some from Vancouver Island, and Kelly Lake.
    Most of the evening was spent renewing friendships, discovering new cousins and discussing current Métis affairs.
    From my point of view, the B.C.M.F. has evolved into a very cohesive group, with few if any disagreements; even our spouses were surprised at the supportive atmosphere.
    I look foreword to working with the B.C.M.F. in 2012 and into the foreseeable future.

    Richard Lucier-larson
    Director B.C.M.F.

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