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LTF Workshop Introduces Curriculum on Buffy Sainte-Marie that Follows a First Nations Learning Style

A workshop at MFNERC’s recent Lighting the Fire conference explored curriculum centred on First Nations role-model Buffy Sainte-Marie. The resource helps teach culturally relevant history while inspiring youth to pursue their dreams. Read More >

Lighting the Fire 2019

Lighting the Fire (LTF) 2019 celebrated MFNERC’s 20th year in operation with the theme “Honouring Our Heritage—Celebrating the International Year of Indigenous Languages.” This conference highlighted the richness of First Nations languages in Manitoba. Read More >

Gathering of Friends 2019

Ginew School held its 17th Annual Gathering of Friends in Roseau River on May 17th. The event promotes cultural awareness, pride, and education for those in the community and from surrounding area schools. Kids from neighbouring towns spent the day in the First Nation, where the school hosted a day packed with activities, workshops, and even a powwow. Students watched different dancers and styles of dancing, enjoyed the regalia, and heard the various drum songs. 

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Wuskwi Sipihk School Art Fair

Wuskwi Sipihk School held its annual art fair last Friday March 22, 2019. Check out the photos in our gallery to see all the great artwork that was for sale! Read More >

9th Annual Land Based Education Conference

This years annual Land Based Gathering took place in Sandy Bay First Nations at Isaac Beaulieau Memorial School. Read More >

Annie Boulanger

Annie Boulanger has been with MFNERC for over a year now teaching Ojibwe language courses through Wapaskwa Virtual Collegiate. Read More >

SPARC Cohort Launch

SPARC (Sport Physical Activity, Recreation, and Community) launched this week here in Winnipeg, where 15 participants made up the first MFNERC Physical Education Cohort (in partnership with the University of Manitoba Faculty of Kinesiology and Recreation Management). Read More >

Teaching American Sign Language

Vernon is an ASL (American Sign Language) instructor/support worker with MFNERC. Vernon has spent the majority of his life Deaf after he contracted meningitis at 9 months old. Read More >

Call for Submissions

MFNERC is now accepting submissions for the upcoming youth anthology “Voices of the Future” volume 3. Read More >

A Trip Back Home – David A. Robertson

Don Robertson used to be the Executive Director at the Manitoba First Nations Education Resource Center (MFNERC). Read More >

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