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Virtual Clinical Services / Special Education Summer Institute – Online Registration is now open

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Special Education Department of the Manitoba First Nations Education Resource Centre will be hosting a Virtual Clinical Services Summer Institute from August 4 – 7, 2020.

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Miigwetch, ekosani, marsi, pidamaya do for all your support

A big thank you to all the staff who have participated in our online events over the past couple of months. We have seen high numbers of engagement and appreciation for these resources on our social media channels, and such success wouldn’t be possible without your readiness to adapt to online sharing, learning, and teaching. […]

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2018-2019 MFNERC Finance Report

On behalf of MFNERC’s Board of Directors, we welcome you to preview our 2018-19 Financial Audit. This Audit report reflects the Manitoba First Nations Education Resource Centre’s (MFNERC) on-going commitment to improving both its performance and its financial and fiscal accountability. 2018-2019 MFNERC Finance Report (PDF)

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EPIC Week Manitoba: A Virtual Career Experience

UPDATE* The Virtual Career Fair speaker videos are archived on the site now. They will be available on the site for a short time. Watch for when these presentations will be put on a YouTube channel. Go to EVENT ARCHIVES and search for the video you’d like to watch. Please feel free to check them […]

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Congratulations to Charles Cochrane on the Appointment of Executive Director of MFNERC

Manitoba First Nations Education Resource Centre is pleased to announce the appointment of Charles Cochrane as the new Executive Director, effective June 16, 2020, following the retirement of Lorne C. Keeper.

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Announcing the Retirement of Lorne C. Keeper

With mixed emotions, we announce the upcoming retirement of Executive Director Lorne C. Keeper, effective June 15, 2020. Lorne has enjoyed a lifelong career serving in First Nations education. He started his first teaching job in 1975 in Nelson House. Lorne then moved to Alberta and Thompson, where he worked with Keewatin Community College as […]

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The Youth Science Canada (YSC) launched the inaugural Youth Science Canada Online STEM Fair

The YSC Online STEM Fair is a chance for these students to share their sense of curiosity and passion for Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM). It’s also an opportunity for the public to celebrate STEM and get a glimpse into the next generation of innovators, researchers and entrepreneurs.

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TthaNárɛltthʼɛr, Our Dene Hero

Did you catch author Lucy Antsanen reading TthaNárɛltth’ɛr Live on our Facebook page? Now you can read along for free with this Flipbook version.

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The newest edition of the MFNERC Newsletter Sharing Our Stories is now available

The March 2020 MFNERC newsletter, “Sharing our Stories,” has been mailed out to schools. This issue shines the spotlight on land-based education. Most First Nations schools offer some form of land-based education, but, so far, a standard approach to help guide teachers is unavailable. MFNERC is in the final stages of developing a “document guide” […]

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Treaty Tales Free Online Reading Resource

Today we are doing a live reading of Treaty Tales – The Handshake and the Pipe. Follow along with your own free flipbook version available now.

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