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protocolParticipants in the Protocol Signing in Windsor on March 8 (left to
right) President ?Stephen Quensnelle (Niagara Region M¨¦tis Council),
President Robert Leboeuf (Windsor-Essex M¨¦tis Council), President
Joanne Young (Hamilton-Wentworth M¨¦tis Council), MNO President
Gary Lipinski, President Cora Bunn (Grand River M¨¦tis Council),
Region Nine PCMNO Councillor Peter Rivers.
March 8, 2011 ¨C Windsor, ON ¨C The M¨¦tis Nation of Ontario (MNO) signed the eighth of its Regional Consultation Protocols in Windsor Tuesday.? The Protocol was signed between the MNO and the four M¨¦tis community councils in Region Nine.? These councils are the Grand River Community M¨¦tis Council, the Hamilton-Wentworth M¨¦tis Council, the Niagara Region M¨¦tis Council and the Windsor-Essex M¨¦tis Council. ?Regional Consultation Protocols help ensure M¨¦tis in the region are effectively engaged and consulted.

MNO President Gary Lipinski and Peter Rivers, the Region Nine Councillor on the Provisional Council of the MNO (PCMNO), joined local community council presidents, Cora Bunn (Grand River), Joanne Young, (Hamilton-Wentworth), Stephen Quensnelle (Niagara) and Robert Leboeuf (Windsor-Essex) at the signing ceremony in Windsor. The agreement formalized the traditional working relationship that exists among the M¨¦tis in the region.

¡°The signing of this Protocol is an important part of the MNO¡¯s Consultation Framework, which was developed based on province-wide consultations on the Crown¡¯s duty to consult and accommodate back in 2008,¡± said President Lipinski. ¡°It demonstrates the commitment of Ontario M¨¦tis to work together to ensure all citizens have input when projects related to land use planning, energy, mining and forestry on M¨¦tis traditional lands are proposed,¡± he added.

The M¨¦tis are a distinct Aboriginal people with a unique culture, language and heritage who played an instrumental role in shaping Canada, and who work tirelessly with their fellow Canadians to share their culture, traditions and knowledge of the environment.

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