Archive | January, 2020
BCMF Terrace Feb.08.2020 FINAL

Community Meeting in Terrace, BC

BC Métis Federation is holding its next community meeting on Saturday, February 8th, 2020 from 12:30 PM to 8:00 PM at the Elks Lodge, 2822 Tetrault Street, Terrace, BC. We invite our members, industry partners, Métis small businesses, and Métis community individuals interested in discussing jobs and contract opportunities related to Trans Mountain Expansion and […]

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MHC poster Feb 24 2020 #1

3rd Annual Clearwater Moose Hide Campaign

The community of Clearwater is hosting its 3rd annual Moose Hide Campaign on Monday, February 24th at the Dutch Lake Community Centre, 209 Dutch Lake Road, Clearwater BC. The Moose Hide Campaign is a grassroots movement of Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal Men who are standing up against violence towards women and children. Wearing a moose hide […]

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BC Metis Fedetation Leaders January 2020

BC Métis Federation Strategy Session 2020

BC Métis Federation leaders and team members held an important strategic planning session this past weekend to continue work related to several projects. BC Métis Federation President Keith Henry stated, “This was another excellent planning session as our team builds ongoing work with several upcoming community meeting sessions, addresses human resource strategies, Métis business opportunities, […]

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BC Metis Federation Industry Project Meeting Poster 2020

Métis Job Fair and Procurement Community Meetings

BC Métis Federation is pleased to announce our next schedule of community meetings being held in key locations in February and March 2020. We invite our members, industry partners, Métis small businesses, and Métis community individuals interested in discussing jobs and contract opportunities related to Trans Mountain Expansion and the Coastal Gaslink Project. Be sure […]

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Métis Belong in British Columbia – By Joe Desjarlais

Premier Horgan announced at a recent Assembly of First Nations gathering that there “is no more argument and debate about rights and title in British Columbia.” Horgan, the leader of the first province in Canada to pass the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples (UNDRIP) legislation, wants to achieve certainty. His government […]

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