The BC Aboriginal Business Awards were handed out to nineteen (19) Aboriginal business recipients last night at the Hyatt Regency hotel located in downtown Vancouver. There were well over 500 guests in attendance from Aboriginal communities, post secondary institutions, Aboriginal youth, industries and governments. The BC Aboriginal Business Awards were introduced three years ago by […]
I write to each of you today to provide more evidence regarding the overall financial insolvency of the Métis Nation British Columbia (MNBC). Thousands of people from across British Columbia and Canada are following the Métis events unfolding here in British Columbia each week. Over the course of the past two years individuals and organizations […]
The BC Métis Federation held the “Honouring Louis Riel – Métis Old Tim Dance” this past weekend at the Whalley Legion in Surrey, BC. The event showcased music by DJ Andy McGillis (Hummingbird Productions), fiddling by Phil and Aimee Fauteux and Rob Crozier, as well as featuring cultural performances by world class Métis performer Beverly […]
The BC Métis Federation is pleased to announce that Kelly Lake Métis Settlement Society (KLMSS) has been awarded a project to support an Early Childhood Development program from the BCAAFC this past week.
This is a reminder of the BCMF hosted Métis cultural celebration on Saturday, November 19, at the Hall Whalley Legion in Surrey. BCMF will be honouring Louis Riel with a Métis old time dance. Cocktails start at 5pm, Potluck Supper starts at 6pm, and the dance start at 7pm. The night will include a short […]
The BC Métis Federation reminds British Columbians that November 16th marks a historic day for the Métis people throughout Canada. Louis Riel Day has been identified as an annual general holiday in Manitoba on the third Monday of each February. This holiday commemorates the life of Louis Riel and his contributions to Canada. Louis Riel […]
The BC Métis Federation is pleased that our recent public pressure has once again forced MNBC to deal with the delay of the student living allowances provided by the Aboriginal Skills and Employment Training Strategy (ASETS) program. I have been now informed that student allowances have been sent this week and although over 8 days […]
BCMF has been informed since last Friday by MNBC funded students that recent student living allowances and tuitions funded by Service Canada have not been paid or released by MNBC. Specifically there is great concern regarding much needed living allowances that these individuals depend on to pay rent, food, etc.
The BC Métis Federation has been contacted by individuals and concerned family members this past week regarding Métis people who have been funded through the Métis employment and training offices throughout BC. MNBC is provided approximately 6.5 million annually by the Federal Government through a program managed by Service Canada. It appears MNBC is late […]
(Vancouver, BC) The BC Métis Federation continues to call on governments to be accountable for supporting the Métis Nation British Columbia (MNBC) while calls for accountability to Métis people in BC have been ignored. MNBC has continued to mislead government partners, Métis communities, and individual Métis people about the state of the financial crisis the […]
- Board Meeting Saturday, December 14th December 10, 2019
- BC Métis Federation Project Teams Continues Work in Surrey December 9, 2019
- Community Meeting in Surrey Announced – December 7th December 2, 2019
- BC Supreme Court’s Decision Re: Métis Foster Child SS February 23, 2016
- MNBC Political Delivery of Programs and Services February 13, 2013
- MNBC Threats of Legal Action against BC Métis Federation February 17, 2013