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CMHA Mental Health Week

  1. Good mental health isn’t about being happy all the time. In fact, a mentally healthy life includes the full range of human emotions—even the uncomfortable ones like sadness, fear and anger.
  • Feeling sad, angry and anxious at times is part of being human.
  • Even if we try to push our difficult feelings down, they don’t go away.
  • Focusing on intense emotions doesn’t make them worse. In fact, one of the best ways to quiet our emotions is to give them a voice.
  • Bottling up our emotions can make them grow or come out in other ways—not reacting to something negative that happens at work could end up making you more likely to yell at your children later, for example.
  • If your emotions are overwhelming, persistent and/or are interfering with your daily
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Quarterly Update from the Executive Director

As the Executive Director of MFNERC, I intend to provide a quarterly update to all First Nations stakeholders on the activities undertaken by MFNERC on behalf of First Nations in Manitoba.

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Lighting the Fire Virtual Conference

May 19-21, 2021

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 19-21, 2021 which will be held virtually. This year’s theme is Student Well-Being: Balancing of the Heart, Mind, Body, and Spirit. 

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Remote Learning Hub

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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About Us

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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Manitoba First Nations School System

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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Employment

Explore career opportunities, both with MFNERC and external organizations involved in First Nations education.

 

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Wapaskwa Virtual Collegiate

 

Online Courses

Wapaskwa Virtual Collegiate (WVC) was created to help First Nations students in Manitoba access new sources of education, and find new learning opportunities.

 

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Manitoba First Nations Education Resource Centre - Mfnerc4 days ago
May 3-9th, 2021 is Mental Health Week. We encourage everyone to explore resources available to us online and over the phone. https://buff.ly/3nKUbH2
Manitoba First Nations Education Resource Centre - Mfnerc
Manitoba First Nations Education Resource Centre - Mfnerc7 days ago
MFNERC is proud to present the 2021 Lighting the Fire Virtual Conference, May 19-21, 2021!
Registration is now open. This year's conference is free to all!
Register today. https://mfnerc.org/events/lighting-the-fire/
This year’s theme is Student Well-Being: Balancing of the Heart, Mind, Body, and Spirit.
See you soon!

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2 days ago
MFNERC Career Devleopment Facilitator Brett Banfield, has created a playlist that has interviews with Indigenous recruiters from Manitoba post-secondary institutions. please subscribe, as more videos with career opportunities and interviews are coming:
https://t.co/XlVC9h56gi
3 days ago
MFNERC has partnered with Xello to help our students build the skills and knowledge they need to be future ready in the 21st century job market. If you’re not familiar with Xello, you can watch this video: https://t.co/7LrzcfS67r https://t.co/G336P6xXy9