This years annual Land Based Gathering took place in Sandy Bay First Nations at Isaac Beaulieau Memorial School. Continue reading “9th Annual Land Based Education Conference”

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9th Annual Land Based Education Youth Gathering

Location: Kahwiikwehtohnkahk Ojibway Nation (Sandy Bay, Man.)

Dates: February 26 to March 1, 2019

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Annie Boulanger has been with MFNERC for over a year now teaching Ojibwe language courses through Wapaskwa Virtual Collegiate. Continue reading “Annie Boulanger”

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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). Continue reading “SPARC Cohort Launch”

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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. Continue reading “Teaching American Sign Language”

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MFNERC is now accepting submissions for the upcoming youth anthology “Voices of the Future” volume 3. Continue reading “Call for Submissions”

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MFNERC is now accepting submissions for the upcoming youth anthology “Voices of the Future” volume 3. Continue reading “Call for Submissions”

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Don Robertson used to be the Executive Director at the Manitoba First Nations Education Resource Center (MFNERC). Continue reading “A Trip Back Home – David A. Robertson”

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On November 26, 2018 community members from Fox Lake Cree Nation came to Winnipeg to look at some artifacts that were given to the Manitoba Museum originating from York Factory (where the community stems from).
Continue reading “Fox Lake Reunited with Precious Historical Artifacts”

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The 2018 Youth Forum was a full day of teachings, games, and mental health awareness working groups. 

Continue reading “Southern Youth Forum 2018”

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