Métis Culture Celebrated in Clearwater – National Indigen...
BC Métis Federation leaders and the Métis community in Clearwater, BC celebrated National Indigenous Day this past Friday.  Métis community leader Cindy Wilg...
A Century Later, Latin America's Futboleras Are (Still) F...
Celebrating National Indigenous Peoples Day in Ontario
Today, Greg Rickford, Minister of Indigenous Affairs, issued the following statement in recognition of National Indigenous Peoples Day:
National Indigenous Peoples Day message
Today is National Indigenous Peoples Day. Across Canada, people from all walks of life and Nations are coming together to celebrate the rich culture and hist...
NCC offices closed today for National Indigenous Peoples Day
All NCC offices are closed today in honour of National Indigenous Peoples Day. Wherever you are today, we hope you find time to celebrate.
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Treaty 8 Aboriginal Canadian Entrepreneurs Treaty 8 ACE P...
Mentorship, Coaching, Creativity, Innovation.  Business Modeling and Planning.  Feasibility and Evaluation Treaty 8 ACE BROCHURE
Why I’m Still Optimistic About AMLO
This year’s Picnic in the Park busiest one yet
BC Métis Federation Pleased with Decision on TMX
Today, the Governor in Council approved TMX and that every dollar the federal government earns from the project will be invested in Canada’s clean ener...
How Bolsonaro’s Chaotic Foreign Policy Worries the Rest o...
Boy breaks neck in swimming accident on Somass River
Haahuupayak Elementary School celebrates Grade 7 graduates
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Conservative Senators’ Filibustering Threatens the Rights...
FIRST NATIONS LEADERSHIP COUNCIL AND THE BC FEDERATION OF LABOUR JOINT NEWS RELEASE (Coast Salish Territory/Vancouver) The First Nations Leadership Council (...
New paintings celebrate Nuu-chah-nulth culture in ADSS
No injuries in Tseshaht house fire – but family belonging...
Evaluando Los Primeros Seis Meses de la Presidencia de AMLO
BC Métis Federation Board Meeting June 27th
Attention members: please be advised that the board is meeting June 27th at the office in Vancouver to review key organizational items. If you have any items...
True value of national inquiry is recognizing those who t...
Sandra Borda
Showdown in Peru: What's Next for Vizcarra's Anti-Corrupt...
We are hiring an Aquatic Observer in Charlottetown, Labrador
In collaboration with the Labrador/Fisheries and Marine Institute of Memorial University, we are seeking applications for an Aquatic Observer position based ...
Funding uncertain for Language Revitalization Pole
Hupacasath Community Farm expands, inviting public to bec...
National Indigenous Day Celebration
The BC Métis Federation is supporting the Métis community in Clearwater, BC with the National Indigenous Day celebration this June 21st. BC Métis Federation ...
Brazil Doesn't Have to Choose Between the Environment and...
Natalie Unterstell
Tseshaht paddlers prepare for journey to Washington
‘All kuu’uus women are valued’: National inquiry’s conclu...
TMX Update – BC Métis Federation Members
BC Métis Federation leadership is sharing final documentation that has been completed as a result of ongoing consultation for our members on the Trans Mounta...
NunatuKavut Welcomes Historic Final Report of National In...
The National Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls (MMIWG) today formally presented its Final Report during a closing ceremony at the ...
Sixties Scoop Class Action Settlement
Deadline to Apply – August 30, 2019 Sixties Scoop Class Action Settlement
We are hiring a Financial/Administrative Officer!
We is seeking applications for a Financial/Administrative Officer position at our head office in Happy Valley-Goose Bay, Labrador. This individual will be re...
New Schedule for Band Meetings and a New Community Member...
Dear Citizens of Atikameksheng Anishnawbek, Please note that Gimaa and Council have made 2 changes to our Band Meetings. Change #1: Schedule of Band Meetings...
Minister's Statement on Kashechewan First Nation Relocation
TORONTO — Today, the Honourable Greg Rickford, Minister of Indigenous Affairs issued the following statement: 
NCC seeking member in Western Labrador area for Employmen...
We are seeking a dynamic NunatuKavut member living in NCC's electoral area of Western Labrador to sit on an Employment and Skills Development (ESD) Advisory ...
TMX Forum Demonstrates Strong Desire for Métis Contractin...
BC Métis Federation members, partner communities and several Trans Mountain Expansion (TMX) project partners met this week in Surrey, British Columbia to con...
Discussion meetings on Indigenous Women's Economic Securi...
NCC is hosting a series of upcoming discussion meetings for Indigenous Women related to our Indigenous Women's Economic Security Project. A meal will be prov...
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