Archive | May, 2017
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Notice of Position: Member of BC Aboriginal Justice Council

Applications are being sought from persons interested in participating as a member of the BC Aboriginal Justice Council. The Native Courtworker and Counselling Association of BC (NCCABC), BC Assembly of First Nations (BCAFN), First Nations Summit (FNS), and Union of BC Indian Chiefs (UBCIC) are seeking to fill 1 Vacancy for the remainder of the […]

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Ask Yourself How?

(Vancouver, BC) The BC Métis Federation is asking Métis people, Governments, and industry to consider questions related to Métis Nation British Columbia (MNBC) this week. MNBC leaders and supporters continue to use divisive tactics regarding the right of BC Métis Federation to represent their members with government and industry. MNBC continues to refuse to find […]

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TransCanada Project Reporting

BC Métis Federation continues to represent the interests and concerns of members. Today the organization, through the work of the consultation office, is sharing industry reporting specific to proposed TransCanada LNG consultation activities this past year. These reports complete reporting requirements specific to multi year funding provided by TransCanada related to the proposed Coastal Gaslink, […]

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Administrative Assistant posting

Job Posting: Children’s & Women’s Health Centre – Indigenous Health Program

The Children’s and Women’s Health Centre – Indigenous Health Program in Vancouver, BC is currently seeking an Administrative Assistant. To learn more about the position and apply online click here.    

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Membership Update

(Vancouver, BC) The BC Métis Federation is pleased to release the updated membership application form for 2017. The prices have been adjusted based on the costs of card production. BC Métis Federation President Keith Henry stated; “The board approved the updated membership card process April 30th and today we are pleased to update the membership […]

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MYTUL Final Report

The BC Métis Federation is pleased to release the final progress and financial reporting for the Indigenous and Northern Affairs project entitled “MYTUL” which stands for Métis Youth in Transition to Urban Life. The BC Métis Federation is proud to complete this project on time, and budget, and is seeking new ways to implement an […]

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Year End Financial Position March 31st, 2017 – Continued Strength

The BC Métis Federation is releasing the April 1st, 2016 – March 31st, 2017 unaudited financial information for activities during this past fiscal year. The BC Métis Federation has operated as a non-profit corporation and this past fiscal year, defined as April 1st – March 31st, marks the completion of the 6th year. BC Métis […]

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Reflecting on Mistakes of the Past

(Vancouver, BC) The BC Métis Federation formed in June of 2011 after years of efforts to try and force change within the Métis Nation BC. A group of like minded individuals called themselves the Coalition of Concerned Métis Citizens (CCMC) and they began to publicly call into question a number of key issues they were […]

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Nova Meeting April 30 II

Métis Community Meeting – Métis Nation BC Issues

The Nova Métis Heritage Association (Nova) in Surrey, one of over thirty (30) local Métis community organizations in British Columbia, held an important community forum this past weekend to discuss their Charter Agreement and issues being raised by the Métis Nation BC. Métis Nation BC is one of two Provincial representative Métis organizations in British […]

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Featuring Métis Youth Talent – Quinn Pickering

BC Métis Federation is proud of Métis youth and Métis cultural performer Quinn Pickering. This recent video Quinn released is about the loss of his grandmother. We are pleased to share this video and share his talents.

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