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Back to School, Back to Work

Summer is usually a slower season around MFNERC. Schools are out, teachers and students are on holidays and we use the time to get ready for the upcoming school year. And today, that year got started! It’s officially back to school day. In honour of the occasion, I did a quick, informal survey with MFNERC staff, asking them: What is your favourite thing about back to school? (as a parent, student, former teacher, someone who works with teachers/students, anything! Just tell me what you love.) Read More >

Hot off the Press: Fort Alexander Stories & Legends

Our new publishing dept. has been very active, and will only continue to get busier as more resources are created!  Read More >

*Apply for the 2014 FNCKP Trade Show*

Showcase your business, art, resources and/or non-profit organization at one of the foremost First Nations education conferences Read More >

In Her Words: Carly Fontaine, Valedictorian, Sagkeeng Anicinabe High School

While summer is upon us, just a couple of weeks ago many students were celebrating graduation. We’ve posted photos and updates of a few events on our website, but here in the blog, in honour of the Class of 2014, I decided I would post the lovely Carly Fontaine’s Valedictory Address. I hope you enjoy reading about these inspiring young people! In her own words.

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Class of 2014

“We are the future. Our dreams have no limits.”
As graduation season comes to a close, we want to acknowledge the Class of 2014 Read More >

Community-Led Direction

On June 17, MFNERC managers were on hand in Pinaymootang First Nation to offer valuable services and, more importantly, hear feedback Read More >

Graduations are Underway!

Across the province, First Nations students young and old are celebrating their accomplishments as the Class of 2014. Read More >

Hot off the Press: Grassroots Anthology

In July 2013, MFNERC published a beautiful, 70 page Grassroots Anthology Volume I, and we recently revised it for republication. Read More >

Meet Our Specialists – 8

Generally, this feature focuses on the MFNERC specialists who work directly with Manitoba’s First Nation-run schools. Yet, there are many other wonderful, hard working people at MFNERC. Read More >

Did You Know…?

MFNERC has produced a 32-page, softcover book entitled The Making of a Star Blanket. Read More >