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MNO President Lipinski Congratulates Premier-elect Wynne

MNO Anticipates Continuing Results-based Progress with Ontario Government

(Ottawa ¨C January 26, 2013) Today the Ontario Liberal Party selected Kathleen Wynne as its new Leader. ?¡°On behalf of the M¨¦tis Nation of Ontario (MNO),¡± stated MNO President Gary Lipinski, ¡°I would like to congratulate Premier-elect Wynne and I look forward continuing to work with the Ontario government on our many areas of mutual interest.¡±

¡°The MNO built its positive relations with the government of Ontario under Premier McGuinty,¡± explained President Lipinski, ¡°through the MNO-Ontario Framework Agreement, signed in 2008. It proved to be a solid foundation for cooperation between our two governments and resulted in the advancement of M¨¦tis rights as well as achievements in a whole range of other areas including education, health, jobs creation and economic development.¡±
¡°We enjoyed a strong working relationship with Premier-elect Wynne, both when she was Minister of Aboriginal Affairs and when she was Minister of Education,¡± stated President Lipinski. ¡°Collectively, we were able to advance many important issues. We look forward to continuing that type of productive relationship, including building on the commitments in the MNO-Ontario Framework Agreement.¡±
¡°We are looking for Premier-elect Wynne to continue to work with us towards the objectives agreed upon in the MNO-Ontario Framework agreement,¡± stated President Lipinski. ¡°Among our key priorities are insuring M¨¦tis children and youth have every opportunity available to be the best they can be. Ensuring our youth have the necessary tools to succeed is a win ¨C win for both our governments and something we are deeply committed to.¡±
¡°We look forward to engaging with Premier-elect Wynne. ?I have confidence that by working together - we will continue to achieve positive results for M¨¦tis citizens, families and communities in Ontario,¡± concluded President Lipinski.

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MNO Anticipates Continuing Results-based Progress with Ontario Government

premier-electPremier-designate Wynne (left) with MNO
President Lipinski (centre) and MNO Chair
Picotte (right) at a meeting in 2012
(Ottawa ¨C January 26, 2013) Today the Ontario Liberal Party selected Kathleen Wynne as its new Leader. ?¡°On behalf of the M¨¦tis Nation of Ontario (MNO),¡± stated MNO President Gary Lipinski, ¡°I would like to congratulate Premier-designate Wynne and I look forward continuing to work with the Ontario government on our many areas of mutual interest.¡±

¡°The MNO built its positive relations with the government of Ontario under Premier McGuinty,¡± explained President Lipinski, ¡°through the MNO-Ontario Framework Agreement, signed in 2008. It proved to be a solid foundation for cooperation between our two governments and resulted in the advancement of M¨¦tis rights as well as achievements in a whole range of other areas including education, health, jobs creation and economic development.¡±

¡°We enjoyed a strong working relationship with Premier-designate Wynne, both when she was Minister of Aboriginal Affairs and when she was Minister of Education,¡± stated President Lipinski. ¡°Collectively, we were able to advance many important issues. We look forward to continuing that type of productive relationship, including building on the commitments in the MNO-Ontario Framework Agreement.¡±

¡°We are looking for Premier-designate Wynne to continue to work with us towards the objectives agreed upon in the MNO-Ontario Framework agreement,¡± stated President Lipinski. ¡°Among our key priorities are insuring M¨¦tis children and youth have every opportunity available to be the best they can be. Ensuring our youth have the necessary tools to succeed is a win ¨C win for both our governments and something we are deeply committed to.¡±

¡°We look forward to engaging with Premier-elect Wynne. ?I have confidence that by working together - we will continue to achieve positive results for M¨¦tis citizens, families and communities in Ontario,¡± concluded President Lipinski.

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