เกมยิงปลาที่ดีที่สุด_อาวุธเกมยิงปลา_การพนัน ภาษาอังกฤษhttps://www.google.com//312umbracoMetisnation RSS DescriptionenTown hall update (1)https://www.google.com//312/news-media/news/town-hall-update-1/Mon, 03 Dec 2018 18:37:55 GMT/312/news-media/news/town-hall-update-1/

At the November 2018 meeting of the M¨¦tis National Council (MNC) General Assembly a resolution was narrowly passed that places the?M¨¦tis Nation of Ontario government on a probation period within the?M¨¦tis National Council. Click here to view and download this resolution.

Today, Monday, December 3rd a telephone town hall was held with MNO leadership across Ontario to discuss these recent?M¨¦tis National Council decisions. Additional meetings will be scheduled to provide further updates.

Further updates will be provided. Any questions can be addressed to:

Joanne Meyer?
Chief Operating Officer
M¨¦tis Nation of Ontario
Suite 311, 75 Sherbourne Street
Toronto, On M5A 2P9
(W):? (416) 977-9881 x 101
(C):?? (416) 528-6152
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Jennifer St. Germain
Chief Strategy Officer?
M¨¦tis Nation of Ontario?
Suite 1100 66 Slater Street??
Ottawa, ON K1P 5H1
(W):? 613-798-1488 ext. 101
(C): 613-858-2284
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PCMNO Vacancyhttps://www.google.com//312/news-media/news/pcmno-vacancy/Fri, 30 Nov 2018 11:18:39 GMT/312/news-media/news/pcmno-vacancy/This notice, sent on behalf of PCMNO Chair France Picotte, is to inform M¨¦tis Nation of Ontario (MNO) citizens residing in Region 7 that the position of Region 7 Councillor on the Provisional Council of the M¨¦tis Nation of Ontario (PCMNO) has become vacant due to the resignation of Councillor Pauline Richardson. The PCMNO is grateful for Pauline¡¯s service to the MNO and wishes her well in her future endeavours.

Section 10 of the MNO Bylaws defines the subsequent action to be taken:

¡°If any vacancy occurs the PCMNO may appoint as a replacement, a citizen of the MNO, and that person shall hold office until the next election.¡±

เกมยิงปลาสุดยอดเกมทำเงินอันดับ 1A complete copy of the MNO Bylaws can be viewed here.

Accordingly, the PCMNO intends to fill the vacancy at its upcoming meeting, scheduled for January 13, 2019 ?in Toronto.

Any MNO citizen residing in Region 7 who is interested in holding the position of Region 7 Councillor until the next MNO election in 2020 should write a short letter describing why they would like to serve as the Region 7 Councillor and send the letter along with their current r¨¦sum¨¦ to:

Jade Bourbonniere?????????????????????????????????????????
Executive Assistant
M¨¦tis Nation of Ontario
66 Slater Street, Suite 1100
Ottawa, ON, K1P 5H1
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The letter and r¨¦sum¨¦ must be received on or before, 4:30 pm, Friday, January 4, 2019. Please share this information with other citizens in Region 7 especially those who you think would represent the Region well.

Posted: Nov. 30, 2018

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Region 7 PCMNO Councilorhttps://www.google.com//312/news-media/news/region-7-pcmno-councilor/Fri, 30 Nov 2018 11:05:57 GMT/312/news-media/news/region-7-pcmno-councilor/On November 15, 2018, Pauline Richardson submitted her resignation as the Region 7 Councilor on the Provisional Council of the M¨¦tis Nation of Ontario (PCMNO). Pauline served on several PCMNO committees and she gave many years of service to MNO and that is to be acknowledged and respected.

The MNO wishes to sincerely thank Pauline for her years of service and contributions to the MNO.

Posted: Nov. 30, 2018

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President Froh responds to MNChttps://www.google.com//312/news-media/news/president-froh-responds-to-mnc/Thu, 29 Nov 2018 19:50:34 GMT/312/news-media/news/president-froh-responds-to-mnc/As has been previously reported, on Wednesday, November 28, 2018, during the M¨¦tis National Council (MNC) General Assembly, the MNC released a report entitled ¡°Addressing the Integrity of the Historic M¨¦tis Homeland.¡± Click here to view the report. The report included recommendations that were the basis for resolutions passed at MNC Assembly including one that put the M¨¦tis Nation of Ontario (MNO) on ¡°probation.¡± The vote on this resolution was 29 in favour and 24 opposed.

Click here to view a video of a portion of President Froh¡¯s address to the MNC General Assembly.

Click here to view a video featuring comments from President Froh concerning the report and its portrayal of R. v. Powley.

In her response to the report, MNO President Margaret Froh pointed out the following:

  • The MNO was not consulted in the preparation of this report. No inquiries were made to the MNO during the preparation of this report.
  • Despite its length and the serious and immediate action it recommends, the MNO was only provided with the report the day before the Assembly.
  • There are several errors and misstatements that could have been clarified, had the MNC spoken with the MNO at any point in ?preparation of the report. President Froh specifically addressed the following:
  • The MNO as a M¨¦tis government has been advancing a rights based agenda for the last quarter of a century.
  • The MNO has been built on a foundation of M¨¦tis as a distinct people with a distinct culture, history, language, territory and way of life.
  • This priority and these principles are embedded in the MNO Statement of Prime Purpose, which sets out its commitment to advance the M¨¦tis Nation, M¨¦tis rights and ¡°to continue our affiliation with the M¨¦tis National Council for the representation of the interests of the M¨¦tis Nation in Ontario at the National and International levels;¡±
  • MNO has for the last 25 years worked with Metis Nation governments across the homeland to advance our collective goals and priorities and to fight for the rights and recognition of the M¨¦tis Nation and of Section 35 M¨¦tis rights.
  • A significant portion of the report was about R v. Powley; yet failed to provide the substantive evidence provided in this historic case.
  • President Froh stated: ¡°And let¡¯s be clear on what was stated in the Powley decision ¨C the term ¡®M¨¦tis¡¯ in section 35 does not encompass all individuals with mixed Indian and European heritage; rather, it refers to distinctive peoples who, in addition to their mixed ancestry, developed their own customs, way of life, and recognizable group identity separate from their Indian or Inuit and European forebears. M¨¦tis communities evolved and flourished prior to the entrenchment of European control, when the influence of European settlers and political institutions became preeminent.¡±
  • ?President Froh went on to detail that the MNO has made many advances on its mandate of Metis rights over the last 25 years and this work continues to be the priority

Further reports and updates on these issues will be made in the coming days. Any questions can be addressed to:

Joanne Meyer
Chief Operating Officer
M¨¦tis Nation of Ontario
Suite 311, 75 Sherbourne Street
Toronto, On M5A 2P9
(W):? (416) 977-9881 x 101
(C):?? (416) 528-6152
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Jennifer St. Germain
Chief Strategy Officer
M¨¦tis Nation of Ontario
Suite 1100 66 Slater Street?
Ottawa, ON K1P 5H1
(W):? 613-798-1488 ext. 101
(C): 613-858-2284
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The M¨¦tis Nation of Ontario defends Section 35 Metis rights holders in Ontario (1)https://www.google.com//312/news-media/news/the-m¨¦tis-nation-of-ontario-defends-section-35-metis-rights-holders-in-ontario-1/Wed, 28 Nov 2018 19:42:19 GMT/312/news-media/news/the-m¨¦tis-nation-of-ontario-defends-section-35-metis-rights-holders-in-ontario-1/

Today, at a meeting of the M¨¦tis National Council General Assembly in Winnipeg, the President of the M¨¦tis National Council Clement Chartier released a report entitled ¡°Addressing the Integrity of the Historic M¨¦tis Nation Homeland¡± which contained misinformation and inaccuracies about the M¨¦tis Nation of Ontario (MNO). A subsequent resolution was brought forward to adopt a M¨¦tis Nation historic homeland map and another calling for MNO to be put under a 'probation' period.

Click here to read an Information Bulletin responding to the MNC report.

¡°We have always believed that our M¨¦tis governments, from Ontario to British Columbia, are much stronger by working together¡± stated President Froh. "We are extremely disappointed in this decision as it fundamentally ignores what MNO has been fighting for over the last quarter century. This report was in no way informed by any conversations with MNO. The MNO continues to fight for M¨¦tis rights and recognition. The MNO's government to government relationship with Canada and Ontario to advance M¨¦tis rights remains solid and strong".

More detailed updates with video footage from the Assembly will be provided to MNO Community Councils and MNO Citizens.

If you have any questions please contact:

Joanne Meyer
Chief Operating Officer
M¨¦tis Nation of Ontario
Ste 311-75 Sherbourne Street
Toronto, On M5A 2P9
(W): 416-977-9881 x 101
(C): 416-528-6152
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Jennifer St. Germain
Chief Strategy Officer
M¨¦tis Nation of Ontario
Suite 1100 66 Slater Street
Ottawa, ON K1P 5H1
(W): 613-798-1488 ext. 101
(C): 613-858-2284
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GR workshophttps://www.google.com//312/news-media/news/gr-workshop/Wed, 28 Nov 2018 09:34:32 GMT/312/news-media/news/gr-workshop/Participants in the Women¡¯s Self-Defence and Personal
Safety workshop learn how to protect themselves during a
physical confrontation. The workshop was hosted by MNO
Grand River M¨¦tis Council and taught by RCMP M¨¦tis
Liaison Cpl. Cheryle Hayden. Click here to view a larger?
version of this picture.

Submitted by Colleen Brunelle, MNO Grand River M¨¦tis Council Women¡¯s Representative

On June 16 and 17 M¨¦tis Nation of Ontario (MNO) Grand River M¨¦tis Council (GRMC) offered workshops on self-defence and diabetic baking.

Women¡¯s Representative for MNO GRMC Colleen Brunelle organized two days of workshops with Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) M¨¦tis Liaison Cpl. Cheryle Hayden in partnership with MNO Family Wellness Co-ordinator Sam Cressman.

The workshops were chosen by citizens through a social media poll using a host of potential training subjects offered by Cpl. Hayden.

During the Women¡¯s Self-Defence and Personal Safety workshop, participants had the opportunity to learn how to protect themselves in the event of a physical confrontation. Participants ranged in age from eight years old to seniors as people of all physical fitness levels were welcomed.

Women were educated in the basic techniques to disable an attacker.? The focus was on taking advantage of the time and space needed to make a quick escape.? Participants also shared that their new-found knowledge empowered them to feel less anxious in certain situations moving forward.

The second workshop, Healthy Choices and Diabetic Tips, was offered to help those living in the community with diabetes and pre-diabetes to understand baking with sugar substitutes and healthy alternatives. This hands-on workshop involved baking in the kitchen and a copy of the Healthy Bites recipe.

The MNO Grand River M¨¦tis Council would like to thank Cpl. Hayden and MNO Family Wellness Coordinator Sam Cressman in assisting us to offer these learning opportunities in such a fun and engaging way.

Healthy Bites ~ courtesy Cpl. Cheryle Hayden

Ingredients:

?4 ripe bananas
1 cup quick oats
? cup sugar free chocolate chips
3 heaping tbsps. natural chunky peanut butter
? cup diced dates
? cup unsweetened Craisins cranberries
? cup large flake unsweetened coconut
1/3 cup roasted pumpkin seeds
? cup pea protein
? cup chia seed

Directions:?

Mix it all together, roll into balls and flatten slightly.? Place on cookie sheet lightly coated with cooking spray.? Bake at 350 F?for 15 minutes. This recipe makes about 15 pieces.?

Posted: Nov. 28, 2016

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LRD 2018https://www.google.com//312/news-media/news/lrd-2018/Tue, 27 Nov 2018 08:46:53 GMT/312/news-media/news/lrd-2018/
MNO President Margaret Froh receives the Louis Riel Day
from Deputy Speaker of the Legislative of Ontario MPP Rick
Nicholls during the 2018 Louis Riel Day ceremony outside
Queen¡¯s Park on Nov. 16. Click here to view a larger version
of this picture.

Inspired by Louis Riel¡¯s legacy of fighting for M¨¦tis rights and recognition, progress on that continued fight and the recent progress towards self-government by the M¨¦tis Nation of Ontario (MNO) was shared at ceremonies in Toronto this Louis Riel Day.

On Nov. 16, 133 years after Louis Riel was hanged, MNO leadership, representatives from the government of the MNO (PCMNO), citizens and members of the public gathered for two flag raisings in Ontario¡¯s capital. The flag was raised first at Toronto City Hall and later in front of Queen¡¯s Park.

¡°While it¡¯s a very sad day, it¡¯s also a very hopeful day,¡± stated MNO President Margaret Froh in her remarks inside Toronto City Hall. ¡°We are growing stronger and stronger and stronger.¡±

Guests at the Queen¡¯s Park event included Deputy Speaker of the Legislative Assembly of Ontario Minister of Provincial Parliament (MPP) Rick Nicholls, MPP Sol Mamakwa, Ontario Minister of Indigenous Affairs and Minister of Energy, Northern Development and Mines MPP Greg Rickford, Minister of Crown-Indigenous Relations Dr. Carolyn Bennett and MPP Kathleen Wynne.

Click here to watch the Louis Riel Day provincial ceremony.

During the ceremony, remarks were given by MNO Women¡¯s Council Representative Pearl Gabona, President Froh, MNO Toronto and York Region M¨¦tis Council President Tera Bealieu and MNO Youth Council Chair Paul Robitaille spoke about Riel and his legacy.

¡°As a M¨¦tis youth, I will continue Riel¡¯s fight to preserve our nationality.?I will continue the fight to preserve our identity: not mere mixed-bloods and half-breeds, but a distinct nation with a strong political consciousness,¡± he said.

¡°I will continue the fight for self-determination, so that rights-bearing M¨¦tis citizens, alone, can decide the future of the M¨¦tis Nation.?And I will continue the fight for our M¨¦tis youth, so that we can all cherish our collective inheritance and preserve our M¨¦tis nationality - just as Riel asked of us.¡±

Following the Queen¡¯s Park ceremony, a reception was held at the Ontario Law Society, which featured a discussion about M¨¦tis Identity, M¨¦tis rights and Section 35 with panelists MNO citizen and M¨¦tis lawyer Jason Madden, great-grandniece of Louis Riel and lawyer Jean Teillet and Associate Professor at Saint Mary¡¯s University Darryl Leroux, whose recent work focuses on self-indigeneity and eastern M¨¦tis.

M¨¦tis culture was also featured prominently at each of the events, with music provided by MNO citizens Alicia and Liam Blore and jigging demonstrations by Auriele Diotte, Megan Southwell and Kyle Burton.

For more photos of the day¡¯s events, visit the MNO Facebook page.

Related stories:

Peterborough commemorates Louis Riel Day

Posted: Nov. 27, 2018

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Peterborough LRDhttps://www.google.com//312/news-media/news/peterborough-lrd/Mon, 26 Nov 2018 09:16:01 GMT/312/news-media/news/peterborough-lrd/All Our Relations M¨¦tis Drum Circle performs during the
MNO Peterborough and District Wapiti M¨¦tis Council¡¯s
Louis Riel Celebration Lunch at the Canadian Canoe
Museum in Peterborough on Nov. 18. Click here to view
a larger version of this picture.

Submitted by Christa Lemelin, MNO Peterborough and District Wapiti M¨¦tis Council Chair

In honour of Louis Riel Day, the M¨¦tis Nation of Ontario (MNO) Peterborough and District Wapiti M¨¦tis Council hosted a Louis Riel Celebration Lunch on Nov. 18 at the Canadian Canoe Museum in Peterborough.?

Attendees included MNO citizens, family and friends of the community, as well as special guests Dawn Lavell-Harvard and Betty Carr-Braint of Trent University (First Peoples House of Learning), Peterborough City Councilor Keith Riel, Medical Officer of Health Dr. Rosana Salvaterra and staff from the public and catholic school boards.

The celebration consisted of a wonderful feast of bison and venison and entertainment by All Our Relations M¨¦tis Drum Circle, formed by women from the MNO Oshawa and Durham Region M¨¦tis Council, and a fiddling/banjo duo of Luke Mercier and Lotus Wight.?

Guests also had the opportunity to tour the museum, and get a viewing of Louis Riel's concertina that was graciously brought to the event by Susan Neale of the Peterborough Museum and Archives.??

Posted: Nov. 26, 2018

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ConestogaSigninghttps://www.google.com//312/news-media/news/conestogasigning/Fri, 23 Nov 2018 08:46:28 GMT/312/news-media/news/conestogasigning/Conestoga College SigningMNO Vice-Chair Sharron Cadeau, Conestoga College
Indigenous Studies Coordinator Andrew Judge and MNO
Grand River M¨¦tis Council President Jennifer Parkinson
celebrate Conestoga College¡¯s historic signing of the
national Indigenous Education Protocol on Oct. 31. Click
here to view a larger version of this picture.

Submitted by Melody Chislett-Morris, MNO Education Officer Education and Training

Citizens of the M¨¦tis Nation of Ontario (MNO) celebrated with Conestoga College on Oct. 31, when the school signed the national Indigenous Education Protocol.

More than 40 people attended the signing from Conestoga College and surrounding areas, including MNO Vice-Chair Sharon Cadeau and MNO Grand River M¨¦tis Council President Jennifer Parkinson.

The national protocol has been signed by 60 colleges and institutions across Canada, after it was developed and approved by Colleges and Institutes Canada in September 2014. Its goal is to improve education for M¨¦tis, First Nations and Inuit people and build relationships with Indigenous communities.

¡°This is a special day for Conestoga as we come together for the signing of the Indigenous protocol. This will serve as an affirmation of the college¡¯s continued commitment to Indigenous education and provide the framework for ongoing efforts to better serve the needs of Indigenous peoples,¡± said Conestoga College President John Tibbits during his remarks.

"เกมยิงปลาสุดยอดเกมทำเงินอันดับ 1 following consultations with partners and stakeholders in the First Nations, M¨¦tis, and Inuit communities. It includes seven guiding principles to address Indigenous peoples learning needs and support self-determination and socio-economic development of Indigenous communities,¡± he added.

Posted: Nov. 23, 2018

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North Channel AGM18https://www.google.com//312/news-media/news/north-channel-agm18/Thu, 22 Nov 2018 14:12:14 GMT/312/news-media/news/north-channel-agm18/North Channel AGM18MNO North Channel M¨¦tis Council held its Annual General
Meeting on Nov. 4, with number of guest speakers. Pictured
(Front row, left to right) are President Yvonne Jensen, Jena
Descoteaux, Morgan Jensen, Women's Representative
Michelle McCoy Smith, Councillor Reg Bennett, (Back row,
left to right) Councillor Pete Descoteaux,?Senator Fern
McCoy, Chair Allen St. Pierre, PCMNO Region 4 Councilor
Ernie Gatien, Captain of the Hunt Art Bennett, Councillor
Roly Blanchette and Secretary-Treasurer Todd Showan.
เกมยิงปลาสุดยอดเกมทำเงินอันดับ 1Click here to view a larger version of this picture.

Submitted by Yvonne Jensen, MNO North Channel M¨¦tis Council?President

On Nov. 4, 83 people attended the M¨¦tis Nation of Ontario (MNO) North Channel M¨¦tis Council (NCMC) Annual General Meeting (AGM).

Among the guests were all members of the MNO NCMC, Provisional Council of the M¨¦tis Nation of Ontario Region 4 Councilor Ernie Gatien, Captain of the Hunt Art Bennett, Region 4 Women¡¯s Representative June Smart, MNO M¨¦tis Family Well Being Coordinator Cynthia Sopher, MNO Region 4 Youth Representative Taylor McNally and representatives of the MNO Historic Sault Ste. Marie M¨¦tis Council, including Senator Brenda Powley, Chair John Konawalchuk, Councilor Dianne Beaudry, Women¡¯s Representative Shirley Loubert and former Councilor Ken Figures.

MNO NCMC Senator Fern McCoy began the AGM with a beautiful prayer, asking all attendees to join hands.

MNO NCMC President Yvonne Jensen welcomed everyone present and introduced all of the guests. The new council, elected earlier this year, was presented with a sash to welcome council members and show appreciation for all of their work and dedication.

PCMNO Councilor Gatien followed by welcoming everyone present and providing a summary of all the activities in Region 4 over the past year.

MNO NCMC invited guest speakers from Parks Canada - Svenja Hansen, Pamela Jalak, Jeanette Cowen and Elia Marini - who provided information for attendees. MNO citizens enjoyed a short film on M¨¦tis and the Parks Canada representatives discussed their involvement in gathering the history of M¨¦tis and how to distribute it to the general public. They also spoke about Fort St. Joseph and the Sault Canal.

Guest Mona Jones, from the Huron Superior Catholic School Board from Sault Ste. Marie, informed the citizens about how important it is to have children self-identify. She stressed the importance of knowing how many M¨¦tis, First Nation and Inuit are in the schools and talked about new programs offered in some schools.

The council also passed a motion to change the election time from every two years to every four years, which will come into effect after MNO NCMC¡¯s next election.

Citizens also enjoyed a beautiful meal made by A Touch of Home. Gifts were provided for all of the citizens to thank them for attending and listening and for the speakers who attended.

Posted: Nov. 22, 2018

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