Archive | September, 2017
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Aboriginal Business and Entrepreneurship Skills Training (BEST) is returning this fall. Learn what it takes to research, launch, buy or grow your own business! This program and everything you need is FREE, including manuals, supplies, food, and access to business start-up funding. Space is limited and the programs are filling up fast, register soon to […]

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Community Update: Indigenous Advisory and Monitoring Committee – TMX

BC Métis Federation continues to ensure representatives attend the Indigenous Advisory and Monitoring Committee (IAMC) to ensure safety and monitoring are paramount to the Trans Mountain Expansion of the existing pipeline. There continues to be strong public discussions about the project and BC Métis Federation is providing input where members have asked to ensure safety. The […]

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Métis SS Case Fight Continues

BC Métis Federation stands strongly with our members and recognized and rightful customary Métis adoption family which is hitting the media this week once again. There is nothing more tragic for our Métis community today than the fight for our Métis child SS. Watch the latest news coverage from Check News below. EXCLUSIVE: Shocking case […]

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Phase II – Fisheries Act Review Survey

The BC Métis Federation is involved in the ongoing review of environmental policy and law in Canada. The consultation office is seeking feedback from members in order to communicate your knowledge, your needs, and your recommendations to the Crown. A summary of the work conducted to date is presented below. SUMMARY The Fisheries Act was […]

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BC Métis Federation Statement on Métis National Council September Newsletter

Click here to view the Métis National Council September Newsletter Métis National Council (MNC) ‘Homeland’ Dogma since 1983 and supported by Federal government is unravelling. Recall that a fixed notion of ‘being Métis’ has long served a particular political institutional purpose. Funding and research models, the political structures and the policy incentives for Indigenous peoples […]

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