A MNBC Region 2 - Virtual Townhall - July 29
The Golden Ears Metis Society (GEMS) is hosting a Virtual Townhall for MNBC
members to meet some of the candidates for this year's 2020 MNBC Election.
This event will be on Wednesday, July 29 from 6:30 to 8:30 via "Zoom", in a
webinar format, where only the candidates and moderators will be visible.
MNBC Citizens are encouraged to join and ask questions via the Q&A function.
Please register your attendance here (https://forms.gle/L7JmQnYkL9jyo3j56)
More information can be found at GEMS on facebook (https://www.facebook.com/goldenearsmetis/)
MNBC Candidates registered:
Louis De Jaeger
The Indigenous Sport, Physical Activity & Recreation Council (I·SPARC) is pleased to announce the appointment of its inaugural board of directors and the election their Executive – President, Corinne McKay, from the Nisga’a Nation, Vice-President Alan Edkins, from the Métis Nation BC, and Secretary Treasurer Cheryl Charlie, from Sts’ailes. They will lead the nine-member board of directors as the organization transitions out of its host agency, the BC Association of Aboriginal Friendship Centres (BCAAFC). During their nine-month term, the board will work collectively to roll-out I·SPARC’s governance plan, bringing them to the first annual general meeting to be scheduled early in the new year. Continue Reading Here...
If you need immediate help, please call the Metis Crisis Line at 1-833-METIS-BC (1-833-638-4722) or 811 Health Line
The Coronavirus pandemic has put the world on a new track, and the new social norms required to slow the spread of the virus are putting strains on our daily lives.
First, we can offer a curated list of some useful links, please check our Nova Metis Compiled Reference for COVID-19.
It is with great sadness that we mark the passing of Ken Fisher, our President, community
leader, fellow Metis, and Friend.
He guided Nova Metis Heritage Association since its inception with stature and humility. He never backed down in standing up for the Metis community and being steadfast in representing the Metis people.
Ken Fisher and your beautiful wife Joyce, will both be sorely missed.
Update April 5: Nova Metis received another letter from MNBC, which was hoped would clarify their earlier statements, and we provide a further response. We ask them to come to the table and carry their responsibility and act with due dilegence to strengthen our Metis communities, as opposed to what seems to be the received intent.
Nova Metis received a letter from MNBC, in their hope, it seems, to stir controversy and incite our members and others to have a poor opinion of our conduct in the Metis community. For a casual reader, and those believing MNBC to be the higher authority, this has probably sown unrepairable doubt. However, for those willing to take the time and read through the letter and our rebuttal attached to this article, our hope is a more reasoned mind will prevail and see it for what it is.
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