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Register for Resiliency for Educators Webinar on Jan 27, 2021 10:00 AM

This webinar will cover the topic of resiliency with the definition, increase knowledge and awareness of resiliency. 

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Announcement of new Language and Culture Departmental Leadership

MFNERC is proud to welcome our newest departmental leads of the Language and Culture Department, Director Davin Dumas and Assistant Director Jennifer Williams.

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The MFNERC Remote Learning Hub houses all your general learning supports, educational activities, and online learning events.
Our priority is to help educators and parents access the information you need in one place.

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The Manitoba First Nations Education Resource Centre Inc. (MFNERC) provides the province’s leading education, administration, technology, language and culture services to First Nations schools in Manitoba.

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The Manitoba First Nations School System (MFNSS) is a First Nations led strategy for a culturally relevant, high-quality education system.

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Learn through the year with Dakota phrases - Dakota Wichoie! Written by the late Elder Doris Pratt. This booklet features phrases that follows the school cycle accompanied by playfully illustrations by MFNERC’s Editor, Kirby Gilman.
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The Seven Sacred Teachings
The Beaver teaches us wisdom.

Wisdom is the ability to make decisions based on personal knowledge and experience.

The building of a community is entirely dependent on gifts given to each member by the creator and how these gifts are used. The Beaver’s example of using his sharp teeth for cutting trees and branches to build his dams and lodges expresses this teaching. If he did not use his teeth, the teeth would continue to grow until they became useless, ultimately making it impossible for him to sustain himself. The same can be said for human beings. One’s spirit will grow weak if it is not fulfilling its use. When used properly however, these gifts contribute to the development of a peaceful and healthy community.
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Now, more than ever, we recognize the importance of good friends. We miss seeing them, whether they’re family, an old friend, a new friend, or the memory of a lost one. MFNERC’s American Sign Language Instructor, Destiny Cordell, demonstrates how to sign the words “good friends”. Give it a try! Reach out to your good friend today :)
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The drum. A very sacred gift, Mother Earth’s heart beat. We use the drum to keep our songs, so we may pass them onto our children; to be connected to the earth and Creator.
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