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For Immediate Release: 3rd Annual Keewatin Regional Science Fair

This year’s theme is Science, Technology, Engineering & Math (STEM)

Location: Bill Comaskey Wellness Centre Thompson Regional Community Centre
Dates:   February 24–25, 2020

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MFNERC sent copies of “Little Tree” by Cree author Natashia Moodie to all affiliated First Nations schools.

Little Tree is a children’s book that talks about the importance of taking care of the earth, water, and taking immediate action to reduce the effects of climate change.

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Community Working-Groups Meet with MFNERC to Complete Land-Based Curriculum

MFNERC’s Research & Development (R&D) team recently held a working-group meeting with community members from Manitoba First Nations to finish a land-based curriculum due to come out in 2020. The meeting featured guest speakers—educators currently doing valuable land education work in Manitoba communities.

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Lighting the Fire Conference: Student Well-Being: Balancing of the Heart, Mind, Body, and Spirit

MFNERC is proud to present this year’s Lighting the Fire Conference on May 6-8, 2020 at the Victoria Inn Hotel and Convention Centre in Winnipeg.

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Reconnecting with the Land – 10th Annual Land-Based Youth Education Gathering

We teach youth the importance of making and participating in events our people used to do prior to colonization. This event focuses on making educational knowledge fun and will provide fellowship with other First Nations. This event marks the 10th Annual Land-Based Education Gathering held to date in partnership with the Manitoba First Nations Education Resource Centre. We will be holding a celebration ceremony to acknowledge all your participation and knowledge!

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Research & Development Team Creating Potential Partnership in Educational Programming with the Manitoba Museum

In December 2019, MFNERC’s Research and Development (R&D) team met with staff from the Manitoba Museum to discuss potential education partnerships projects. This meeting was held at the Manitoba Museum and included a personalized tour led by Dr. Maureen Matthews, Rachel Erickson, Rob Gendron, and Nancy Anderson.

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My Records, My Choice – If You Made A Claim in the IAP or the ADR Process, This Information is for You.

If you made an IAP or ADR claim for compensation for residential school abuse, the Indian Residential Schools Settlement Agreement says that you can save your IAP or ADR records for history, public education and research at the National Centre for Truth and Reconciliation (NCTR).

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