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Historic Signing of the MB First Nations School System Agreement

On Dec. 16, 2016 MFNERC signed an historic Education Governance Read More >

Wilfred Buck: The Star Guy

Move over Bill Nye the Science Guy, and make way for Wilfred Buck, Manitoba’s very own Star Guy. Read More >

Enter the LTF Student Essay Contest

Grade 7 – 12 teachers, enter your students in the 2017 LTF Student Essay Contest. Read More >

Cultivating a Love of Reading in First Nations Students

Cultivating a love of reading is critical to helping students succeed, discover their gifts, and develop into confident, well-rounded adults. Read More >

You’re Invited

Mark your calendars. MFNERC’s Annual Christmas Holiday Open House is fast approaching.  Read More >

Dams on Our Northern Rivers: An Engineer’s View

Rushing rivers in Manitoba are majestic, life giving, and potentially useful in ways that may come at a cost. In a recent essay, (“Nelson River Hydrometric Survey with Manitoba Hydro in Summer, 1964,” (2016).), Brian Grover writes from the viewpoint of an engineer on developing rivers in Manitoba to produce electricity. Grover, now in his 70s, shares his experiences as a young surveyor on the Nelson River in the summer of 1964. Read More >

We Are Looking for Writers

MFNERC’s Research & Development department is seeking writers and contributors of all ages for three upcoming projects. Read More >

Kenzie Wilson: Brains, Brawn and Ambition

Kenzie Wilson is an impressive young woman from Cross Lake First Nation. Read More >

Introducing the RISE Cohort

What does the term “cohort ” mean? And how does it apply to MFNERC’s new RISE program? Read More >

Attn: Physical Education Teachers

MFNERC’s Physical Education & Health Program Facilitator invites Read More >